Another day came, without a solution.
Because you were there when I came home, I could not seek it.
Can’t you see? I need you gone.
Don’t you have anything else better to do with your life?
Entertaining you is one of the hardest jobs I’ve ever done.
Financially, you are draining.
Grandiose dreams I had, but now…
How can I dare?
I need you gone.
Just because we inhabit the same body, does not mean that you get to lead all the time.
Killing you is out, for obvious reasons.
Let me go, I beg you!
Must we be stuck in this together?
No is not an answer I will accept.
Obligations were not met between you and I.
Pleading has not helped, so perhaps something different is in order.
Questioning my sanity is not a valid response.
Resistance, as they say, is futile.
Salvation may be the only solution.
Trust me, you say, as if I have a choice.
Underneath it all, I can tell that you too despise this union.
Validation at last.
When, when, when?
Xenophobic are we?
Zen – it is what it is, and so, it is.

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Brighed ODaire
To: Me Me
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2013 8:53 AM
Subject: writing prompt 6/27/13

15) Create a short story that is 26 sentences long, each sentence beginning with the next letter of the alphabet. (Add other, arbitrary conditions, if desired, such as one sentence should be one-word long; there should be one question mark, one quotation, etc.) Rigid rules often produce fascinating results—such as with well-written sonnets, which have 14 lines and tight rhyme schemes, each line governed by a specific number of syllables and alternating stressed and unstressed syllables.