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As she stood there I began to speak just letting it all slip out Not a single detail did I miss The day had dawned clear as always and I crept out of her cottage I was not meant to though she she was the one who threatened the asylum That day she did not come the last time she had come was two days ago I did not dare to take anything from the cottage or leave any dirty stains for she she those eyes That morning was sparkling the sea was clear and you could just see a few distant clouds I can still remember the day of our meeting it was exactly like the day she the day she died We met here as she had arranged I felt so young and excited she said that she was going to tell me something something which nobody knew She had that glint in her eye I knew what she wanted then We shared so much in that cottage back when we were both so young Rebecca with her brown curls which bounced when you came to greet her and those flickering eyes I was afraid of her alright everybody was but she said I was special I was hers That was until she decided that it was over but I am reminded of her especially on days like today It was all too soon Her boat sat there that day unmoving and only rising with the tide I walked towards the other bay in search of shells but found nothing I remember that day every moment of it something was going to happen and she didnt know I know because she laughed like you never hear a person laugh as Rebecca had never laughed As noon drew near Jasper came running down on the beach to join me for lunch she mustnt have been
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