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Demented Ink.
26th-Jan-2014 04:29 pm
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"That'll be six-fifty."

That was the first line I wrote of the little "thing" I did for Henley back in September 2013. It was a continuation of a great story, it was an experiment...

...it was an effort to get over a great and powerful hurt that had been done to me that I wasn't sure I could mend.

And this story, much like any story, is not just a fictional tale. It was a way to show myself that if one is brave enough and willing to work hard enough and take the right kinds of chances with the right sorts of people, then amazing things can happen. So this, in many ways, was my personal VISION QUEST. I was willing to listen to the Universe who whispered in my ear one seemingly harmless Saturday morning...

"Psst... hey... what if we... just kept going...?"

And Henley was willing to take my hand and come with me. Sometimes pushing, sometimes pulling, sometimes just standing still.

The standing still... is not something just anybody can do.

Thank you, Henley, for everything. This story may be ours, but in my mind... it's an homage and a gift that was returned with the sweetest surprise in kind.

Sincere and much love.
-Kelly Wyre

Final Chapter Found Here
27th-Jan-2014 11:11 pm (UTC)
Thank you so much for taking me with you and Henley along this incredible journey <333
29th-Jan-2014 03:39 am (UTC)
You are entirely welcome. Thank YOU for reading.

25th-Feb-2014 03:17 pm (UTC)
I finally got to read the last 6 chapters of this story and you have both crafted an amazing tale together. There is so much raw feeling here and, as cliched as it sounds, it feels like a cleansing. The tale if these two men has left me feeling raw on the inside, a tumult of emotion leading to a heart breaking affection and pride at their steadfast devotion. Your story is a gift and I thank you both so much for sharing it.
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