It feels like days go by and she gets sicker and sicker.
I know she doesn't want to leave me every again, but the pain she is in is unbearable to see.
"You can let go Gemma." I said
"I can't" She responded
"Yes you can, I will be okay without you." I replied
I walked out the room to the kitchen.
I heard sirens from an ambulance coming down the street and the nurse screaming for me.
I stood their motionless not really getting my thoughts together, I heard the door open and the paramedics rolling the gurney to Gemma's room.
"1,2,3" I heard them say in sync
My body gave out and so did my thoughts.
My eyes strived to open, but failed
Light headed is what I was feeling
I woke up in a white blank hospital room with a small television and toilet.
Pulling the iv out I got up and dressed myself
"Sir please go back to your room." The nurse said
"My friend just passed away and I passed out I'm okay. I was feeling light headed but Im fine now." I said and pushed her away.
Walking out of the hospital knowing security wasn't far behind me, I started to run and run.
Knowing the route to the old house I arrived to the broken up house.
I sat on the creaking porch, I tried to gather my thoughts but nothing made sense anymore.
Gemma was actually gone for good this time.
My heart hurt and my eyes stung, tears were rolling down my cheeks
I couldn't imagine the pain she was feeling in her heart, at least now she is free.
Gemma thank you for our forever.