My Last Good Days

Hazel struggles to continue life without out her lover, Augustus Waters. The only person she wants to talk about his death with is with Augustus himself. As Hazel lives her life still fighting lung cancer, she grieves in her own way, heading towards her final and last good days.


1. The First Day of Grief

I missed him. His face, his voice, everything about him brought me to tears. Everyday, it felt like he was still here, until today. Grief hit me like a wave crashes over rocks. It comes up slowly everyday, and then-bam- it strikes you. Again, and again, and again. It never ends. Grief is something you have to learn to live with. Especially when you have lost someone important, like I lost Augustus Waters. He was the milk to my cereal, the tube to my oxygen tank. He kept me living. If it weren't for him, I would've lost my battle with cancer long ago. And now that I've lost him, my strength fades like color on a canvas. I can't keep living life without him. But if I give up now, I won't live up to my promise, to keep fighting, to keep fighting for him. And as I grieve everyday, I know that I can't lose this battle, even if I don't have Augustus.

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