It’s over, and she knows it, but The End is a place she refuses to go alone.
But she wavers in the moments that they had, a favourite perfume, the last moments of their relationship, tokens of a romance that was ruined, searching for clues to why it all ended.
She has a gift for him.
Her should know her grief, the crying on the bathroom floor, the tears that never dry as much as they drown.
And she knows that he’s watching. Her last gift to him was meant to be shared.