A Splendid Twist?

The lovely and talented Anonymum has started up another rolling post. I had so much fun fucking up her last rolling post that I volunteered to do it again. Amazingly enough she allowed me to play along. Crazy, huh? Anonymum started things off, then Lightening added a brilliant heartfelt passage, next JavaQueen wrote a paragraph of tragic heartbreak, Now it is my turn to fuck it up.

Too Splendid

The sun was orange as it set against the ocean.
As Natalie walked along the beach, she felt the sting of tears as they sprung to her eyes. How could he do this to her? What would she do now?
She had invested 12 years of her life into their marriage, thinking they were happy, only to have him say he was leaving. Her question of why had been left unanswered. There was no explanation or reasons. He had merely looked at her sadly and walked out the door without so much as a backward glance………….

The sand felt cool against her hot face as her legs buckled and she surrendered her weary body to the comfort of the course sand. She curled up into a foetal position, her mind willing her body to simply evaporate. The darkness enveloping her was barely recognisable against the darkness that enveloped her heart. A darkness that had been slowly creeping in over the past decade. Somewhere in the distance, a baby cried…. a cry that tortured her heart with memories of a dim and distant past……

Alone in the sand Natalie couldn’t stop thinking what if. What if she had been able to have a child? If she could have given him that, would she be in this situation now? At one time they had been so happy. She had foolishly thought that they could make it work by just loving each other. Natalie had told him from the start that she might not be able to have children. Back then he just looked in her eyes and said the only thing that mattered is that they had each other. Why had she believed him? Now, after twelve years of marriage she was all alone. They had tried for so many years to have a baby, but they never could. She had been through seven miscarriages and had given up hope. Now her husband had left her. She felt empty inside. If only he had known the truth.

It was all a lie. No that wasn’t quite right. There was nothing false about the love at least not for Natalie. Yet the long nights lieing against Brad after the loving exchange of heated passion, whispering softly of the hopes and dreams of the sweet pitter-patter of small feet treading through the carpeted halls of a loving home.  The faked miscarriages were not something that Natalie was proud of but it had been her last resort at maintaining a thin veneer over the stained lies that haunted their relationship. For though in her heart, soul, and mind, Natalie was one hundred percent woman, Natalie was born Ned. Yet, how could she have told Brad the truth. For Ned and Brad had been best friends in grade school. Playing catch at the ball park, racing bicycles down the quiet suburban streets, camping in the backyard until that fateful day, when everything changed.

It will take some great writing to fix my fuck up. And the list of great bloggers, who have volunteered are many.


Sarah Flanigan

Deciding who to choose is a tough call. How about it Anja? Think you can fix my screw up?

9 Responses to “A Splendid Twist?”

  1. Egads! More twists and turns in that thing than a randy epileptic.

    Whole lotta shakin’ going on. And nice turn on your addition to the rolling post. – Evyl

  2. Bloody hell Evyl, I didn’t see that coming. It sure is a twist in the tale 🙂

    I find it hard to fathom that no one saw this coming. It came to my head immediately. That might say something about me. – Evyl

  3. Oh my!!! Snot just came out of my nose!!!

    Great twist! 🙂

    Sorry about the snot. And thanks for the compliment. I really appreciate it. – Evyl

  4. Holy hell, that’s awesome! A twist fo sho!

    Thanks!!! I pershate it. – Evyl

  5. Wow you really do have a gift!
    What a cool twist.

    I have always been told that I am ‘special’. Thanks. – Evyl

  6. Oh Evyl you didn’t let us down in any way at all..your twisted, perverted mind came to the fore as we all knew it would!
    Fucking well done!

    Thanks darlin’. I think that I did good in being breif. Although it was tough. I cut myself to one paragraph even though I have one hell of a back story on what happened that fateful day when everything changed. Thanks again for having me. – Evyl

  7. I don’t know what I expected, but that just wasn’t it. Brilliant!

    Thank you soo much. You are far too kind. – Evyl

  8. I just knew you’d find a way to work a trannie in there. 🙂

    You know me well, darlin’. – Evyl

  9. what can i say? vintage evyl. never change honey.\

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