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What might have been?

What might have been?
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(This piece was written a while back…You decide if its Fact or Fiction…thanks for reading. Please leave feedback)

“For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, ‘It might have been’.” John Greenleaf Whittier

I remember the first time we said hello; it was on hump day and over the next few months we discussed a whole lot of things such as school, life, marriage, relationships, social networks, long distance relationships, family etc.  A relationship had grown from nothing; I knew I found you attractive because you possess those rare qualities that would attract just about any men; unless he was into taking it in the ass or something (For the Record: I don’t have any issues with any man or woman who likes it in the ass; just not my thing).

She possessed the beauty of Megan Good; the brain of Michelle Obama; and her sense of style is quite similar to Beyonce.  I thought she was the perfect match.  We were in accord; i still think she and i did.  But along the way something happened.  I am sure if you keep reading, you will find out.

This woman changed my world with a blink of an eye and that is something that I will never deny.  I have been with quite a few women but there was something about this one that I, till this day, cannot forget.  I grew to love the person that she was.  I loved our conversations; they were not always deep; but they were meaningful.  I thought she really was my customized angel sent from above, for she gave me hope and something to look forward to; I hope I told her that because when I met her, I was going through a personal rollercoaster and she helped me through it.  She pushed me to be the best that I can be took care of me and showered me with love.  I will be forever grateful.

The night that changed it all…We danced all night.  I enjoyed her company.   I enjoyed her.  The smell of her fragrance, her soft touch, her lips, the way she grinded on me, I got horny, she got horny, could have done it on the dance floor, but we knew better; I will never forget that night.  Little did I know, it was the night that would change the whole relationship.

We stopped at a CVS; I get so nostalgic every time I go back to that CVS, for it is part of our history.  I bought a box of condom, just in case something was to go down that night.  It was going to be our first time after months of courting and feeling each other out.  They say chivalry is dead but that night, everything was perfect; I was the man and she the woman.  We both played our role and she allowed me to be the man; not because she was afraid of me but because sometimes women need to let a man be a man.  Leaving him in charge won’t make you any more vulnerable than you already are.  So I appreciated her letting me be the man; luckily, I made the right moves because she’s that kind of woman who would have told me that I was messing up; she would have definitely warned me.

So we got back to my place; the bed was calling us both.  But I had to turn on the lights so I could enjoy this woman’s beauty.  See, sometimes I think we turn off the lights too quickly; we don’t take the necessary time to admire our women and tell them that they are beautiful and that we admire them for wearing the clothes that they do, for buying the perfumes that they do, and maintaining their hair and nails.  They do it all for us, so we HAVE to let them know that we value their efforts.

So where was i?

When she walked inside the club, deep within my thoughts, I had already undressed…but at that very moment, I was going to literally do it.  I took all my time and by the time I removed her panties, oh my, she was soaking wet.  I chased her around the room a bit, put my lips on her, it was joyful.  The moment we had finally waited for was here and we wanted to take full advantage of it.  We had fun. The sex was great.  Might have done it 10 times that night; I couldn’t sleep, so I woke her up and gave it to her.  She loved it.  Every stroke, long or short, she depalé-d, she screamed, she moaned, she whispered…I love you…

The condom popped…

She consulted me after she had the abortion…

I’m still hurt over that decision…

Now she’s engaged…

Promises are guaranteed no matter how far apart I will keep you always close to my heart.  I love you still…WG…

Fact or Fiction…You decide.

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  • DaDa
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    Deep, really nice…a bit sad but in life there are lessons learned. IF this is a true story! lol

    • Mr. Prodg
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      Lessons learned of course…

  • jamie
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    Wow

  • jamie
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    I loved the story (if it is a story). I’m not too sure if this is real or not, but how do you think the character feels now? What did he learn…how is this impacting or goin to impact future relationships?

  • Brenda
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    At 1st read, I would have said true…..but going over it again I noticed a few things that stood out that caused me to question whether or not that this really happened to you, So I’m gonna go with choice #2 which happens to be “false”

  • Brenda
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    I’m with Jamie how does this character now feel? How has this impacted his future relationships?

  • Eksqwizit
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    I think it is a real story. I wonder however why was the abortion an issue? Also, I do believe if it was meant to be, it will be…engagement or not.

  • Mr. Prodg
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    I think the last line of the story says it all about how the author feel about this woman; he still loves her. He may not be with her yet he had promised to love her forever and he will continue to do that regardless of the route their lives take. Love is love; you can’t argue with that feeling and so you can’t try to undo love. Thanks for commenting guys.

  • Mr. Prodg
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    Thanks for commenting Brenda. Now what stood out to you to alter your previous assumption?

  • Mr. Prodg
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    Jamie and Brenda, I see where you guys are going with this but remember i am the author so i will respond to your questions. LOL.

    I don’t think this relationship should or would have an impact on the author’s future relationships. Everyone go through break ups, its just a matter of how you deal with it. I am not sure it would have a psychological impact on any future relationships whether it was casual sex or serious relationships

  • Mr. Prodg
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    Eksqwizit, you might be right but i don’t think the author would pursue her; regardless of his love and affection for this woman, she made a decision to move on after the abortion and i would like to believe that they’re both in agreement with where things are at.

    As for the abortion, i wish i had written a few more lines about but sometimes as an author you don’t really want to jump into things that are not that important to the story…the ellipsis are a good way of telling someone’s mood.

  • Eksqwizit
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    Hmmm something’s amiss in the story. The timeline is missing from popping to contact to engaged, allowing the reader to think whatever…which may not agree at all to the explanations you provided.
    Actually, the abortion is the causating factor to the two straying apart based upon the reading.

    • Mr. Prodg
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      LOL @eks, i can definitely understand where you’re coming from.

  • lynn
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    I love it, great story but it’s very deep and emotional, i guess what they always said is true that life is the enemy of love, and oftentimes we say goodbye to the person we love without wanting to. Though that doesn’t mean that we’ve stopped loving them or we’ve stopped to care. Sometimes goodbye is a painful way to say I love you.

    SN: Welcome back

    • Mr. Prodg
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      Thanks for commenting Lynn. What you said makes perfect sense…

  • Eksqwizit
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    Real love conquers all. It never allows you to let go. It always pull you back, if true.

    • Mr. Prodg
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      i supposed…

    • eksqwizit
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      you will only know at death’s bed!

  • Eksqwizit
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    I have to add, IF mutual. If it were not mutual, one will move on and the other will always be looking back to “the might have been” and wishing, living in the memories, unable to fully give self to another.

    • Mr. Prodg
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      Thats a very good point but i think the author moved on though. He never said he was still in love with her.

  • lynn
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    i believe there is more to the story

    • Mr. Prodg
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      lol you think so Lynn…please share your thoughts with me.

  • eksqwizit
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    Promises are guaranteed no matter how far apart I will keep you always close to my heart. I love you still…WG…

    At the time “the author” wrote the piece, he was very much in love…now if “the author” is stating he has moved on, I will have to take him as his words as I have done with this same story. And yes Lynn, I do believe that there may be more to the story.

    As a writer myself, I will have to say that a piece is potent at the time I write it and months or years down the line, I feel myself quite distant to the piece, the issue, the person and may have developed a new “ME” from that old “ME”.

    Enjoy your new chapter MrprodG, great insight and stop looking back or you will turn to salt, lol

    • Mr. Prodg
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      I think part of being a writer is to disguised your true emotions. I definitely think you can see that through out the story. There isn’t much more to it.

    • eksqwizit
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      disguised emotions? definitely not in this piece…it is screaming “hooked on you, will never forget you, you have my heart and you are the best though you have hurt me, left me and took on another YET I WILL STILL love you” great writing, great piece, great insight into how a man can really truly give all of himself to another no matter how much she hurt him…just beautiful piece man!

      on to other blogs to end my evening. Have a good one1

  • Love
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    This story is very deep but also has a very sweet overtone. The passion that one can feel as they read the story leads me to believe that this is a true story. I mean we all love someone from our past that we will always love.
    Great job Mrprodg

    • Mr. Prodg
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      interesting insight Love. I do appreciate the last line of your comment though. And thanks for commenting.

  • Miraciene
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    I love love story, so within the first few lines you had my attention. Its difficult to say if this is fact or fiction because in reality this can really happen, and so often we fall for a person and it doesn’t work it. At the end it leave the readers wondering what happen between the two of them for it to not work out, and if they had deep feeling for each what was the purpose of the abortion all this leads to wanting to read more. I love it, now is it fact or fiction i would say fact because love happens like that sometimes……

  • Jamie
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    I just reread the story again. This guy is still very much in love at this point. The tone that the story gives is a reminiscence and longing tone. He was remembering the good times, how she helped them and how their love making went. but surprisingly, I didn’t sense any sort of bitterness or anger. He just accepted that she is gone, but the love she gave him will be priceless. I think that this will affect his future relationships, even if Blake doesn’t. Feeling a love or having a love like that always will…but I feel it will be turned for the positive rather than the negative. I think since this author felt this kind of Love, he will be searching and requiring this kind of Love again. I wish the abortion was elaborated on though…thats the reason for the painful goodbye.

    • Mr. Prodg
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      I have to agree with the last line Jamie, i do think the abortion is the cause of the painful goodbye. As i write my stories, once i am done, i tend to go back and read it not as the author but someone who’s reading it for the first time…I do think if they had discussed the abortion, they would probably be together. After reading this piece…as a reader, i have so many questions…lol.

  • Jamie
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    You should do a story from her point of view…It would answer a whole bunch of questions. and you only agree with the last line?lol

    • Mr. Prodg
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      yep, just the last line…maybe i will do a story from her perspective

  • Jamie
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    lol okay, i guess. I cant wait for that one. it will answer a lot.

  • lynn
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    I am waiting for that story too

    • Mr. Prodg
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      lol. its going to take a lot out of me but i will give it a try

  • sclikesoup
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    the question of fact or fiction is not really the important question here. at a minimum, this is a story of sexual politics, and the politics of sex. they had sex. who owes who a disclosure, a right to an opinion, a life ? abortion, gender roles, equal rights, human rights, and (perceived) wrongs. global facts….human fictions.

    • Mr. Prodg
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      Interesting take on it Sclike

  • dathaitianchik
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    I can understand why they broke up.There are somethings you just cant fix in spite of love. I think your story is factual . I can relate I’ve been on the deciding end of abortion. Its i a sensitive issue and it changes relationships. Am all for the right to chose but i think its a choice that should be made by both parties. Society has made so that the right to choose should fall on the woman only. How can she when she cant impregnate herself. the abortions issue ignores men. and there are some men who want to be there and take care of there children. I wonder if she was afraid of being left and not so sure of how he would react to the announcement that they were expecting in spite of the all they shared ? why didn’t she believe enough in him to trust that he would be there or was she just selfish and didn’t really want a child by anyone?

    • Mr. Prodg
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      You’ve posed some very interesting questions. I think some times couples don’t take the time out to evaluate the situation and they quickly choose to abort when in fact they could have waited longer and get a better understanding of the situation…and ultimately choose to deal with it differently. Nevertheless, you can’t go back and change what’s already been done; you simply have to move forward and try not to let that one situation to affect the rest of your relationships. Thanks for commenting.

  • Sheila
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    WOW!!! This is definitely a true story. It is so sad, you should have been conculted with the decision of ending the pregnancy. she obviously didn’t love you, she may have loved the moment.

    • Mr. Prodg
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      interesting take Sheila…

  • jamie
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    I think she loved him. She just didt know how to face the consequences

  • lynn
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    what was your reaction when she told you that she was pregnant ( i hope she did tell you)? a lot of time a reaction says a lot.

    • Mr. Prodg
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      It’s actually a very good question Lynn; I wish i had expressed myself that day. If only

    • Eksqwizit
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      lol, I knew there was more to the story lol. The author conveniently forgot the timeline lol, allowing the reader to “assume” that he did not know about the abortion until AFTER the fact…amazing hein how others can surely play with our perceptions…lol thank goodness Lynn knows better lol

      yes indeed, there are ALWAYS MULTIPLE sides to a story and neither changes the reality…”she moved on”

  • lynn
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    @ Eksqwizit, i have a feeling that there is more to the story

  • Kitten
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    …and just maybe, She didn’t really abort! Hmmmppph

    You write, we decide, right? :-)

    • Mr. Prodg
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      Finally…it took almost a month 4 someone 2 post this 1

    • Eksqwizit
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      how can this be a possibility when he wrote “She consulted me after she had the abortion…”

      geez!!!!

  • Kitten
    on

    LOL!

    Are you calling your readres, slow?

    • Mr. Prodg
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      not @ all

  • Eksqwizit
    on

    there is playing with one’s mind and there is playing with people’s intelligence, golly!!!!

  • Kattdakitten
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    She could have lied about the abortion. All we know for sure is what the author conveniently expresses in the entry. Perhaps, she didn’t have the abortion yet we are being led to believe such… But why would she confesses to such after she has moved on? Her conscience, perhaps! So many possibilities! :-)

  • mizzrika
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    “This woman changed my world with a blink of an eye and that is something that I will never deny.” I think that line there says it all. I think the author’s perspective on relationships changed and I also think that it caused the author to reflect and introspect

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