Five Sentence Fiction: Marriage

Time for Five Sentence Fiction hosted by Lillie McFerrin.  Five sentences, one story, many entries.  Read mine below, then >Here< Enjoy!

He loved her with all his heart, soul, mind, and body.

Robert knew that he could give her so much more than that other guy; he could give her all the things that truly counted:  love, dedication, affection, memories, as full a life as she could ask for.

He knew it had not been very long, but the longer he waited the more he knew it had to be true and it had to be now;  he wanted her dearly.

He would have married her, given her his all, but he cried himself to sleep knowing it simply could not be.

After all, the book was great, and she was Elizabeth Bennet.

________________________

Namaste,

Scott

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