The End

“I miss you, you know.”

“What do you mean? I’m right here.”

“Well, I know that. What I mean is that feeling of missing someone, that’s what I feel when I’m with you.”

“I… don’t know how to take that.”

“Probably not.”

“I… don’t know how to take that either.”

“Probably not.”

“Stop that.”

“Hey, you started it.”

“No, actually you did, by saying you miss me when I’m actually here.”

“Fair point. Fair… point.”

“So… are you going to explain it to me then?”

“Probably not.”

“Stop!”

“Sorry, sorry. What it is… is the distance. Between us.”

“…”

“And what’s funny is when you’re not actually here, because that’s when I don’t feel it. I only feel it when I’m with you.”

“…”

“Sorry. I’m sorry.”

“But you know that I…”

“I know.”

“And you know that you…”

“I know.”

“And I know we never wanted to…”

“I know.”

“Then why did you tell me this?”

“Because… I needed to.”

“Did it help?”

“No.”

“Can I…”

“No.”

“Then what…”

“I don’t know. And I think that’s just the way it’s got to be.”

“I’m sorry.”

“I know.”

“And the truth is… right now, I think I miss you, too.”

“I know.”

“…”

“I know.”


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