My wish

My wish

A Story by Red Crown
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Not really a story, it's just what I really think.

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Everyone I knew wished to be happy

Everyone... with no exception

They told me that whatever be your wish, in the end it would make you happy

That's why it's right to say that everyone wishes for happiness

 

But

 

What if you sacrifice yourself to realize your wish? I thought

Then... you'll be happy in the last moment and it'll still be a wish to be happy right?

Even if you sacrifice yourself for other one, a beloved one

You'll still just wish to be happy, for making your beloved happy

 

Is it confusing?

 

I guess until now it's quite simple...

 

The problem is...

My wish is not that simple

 

I also wish happiness for someone I love,

Actually, I love 2 persons

And no, they're not my mom and dad, they're not even my family

They're my best friends... maybe my only true friends

And I want them to be happy more than anything

That's why I want to sacrifice myself for them, I want to do everything to realize my wish

 

So... in the end, my wish wouldn't be just like any other?

At beginning I also thought so

But then one situation came to my mind:

 

What if I could sacrifice my own happiness for them...

And these last moments where I sacrificed my happiness were wiped out from my memory?

 

confusing? (Yeah... it's such a crazy-sci-fi-fantasy idea, but let's continue)

 

In other words, I would realize my wish but would fell as if I never had

If you can't remember nor fell as if you realized your wish it wouldn't make any difference for you

Plus, on that situation you would never be happy anymore

You could even say that if you'll never be happy again, you'll only have sorrow in your life.

 

Then you could think "That wouldn't realize your wish because your beloved wouldn't wish for your sorrow"

 

What if your beloved never find out about you?

Wouldn't it be "perfect"?

 

.

.

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What a crazy theory isn't it?

But I hope it was understandable

 

So, would you do it?

Would you fell like your dream was never realized and live forever in sorrow to give happiness to your beloved?

 

I have absolute confidence that I would

That's why I think that it's not right to say that I wish for my happiness

Even because... my beloved already made me much happier than I could ever deserve

And I want make them happy, even if they forget about me and whatever be the price for it.

 

That's what I believe,

And I'll live on it without regrets.

© 2010 Red Crown


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Aww, this was a really moving piece! I liked the way you set this out, and thought that it flowed really well. The rhetorical questions were effective, and made me stop at several points to question myself as to what I thought, and what I would do in such a situation. There were a few moments where I was confused as to what you were trying to say, but for something that seemed like a rambling of thoughts more than anything, I thought this was very graceful, and honest piece of work. :)
~PaperHearts

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i would do this for my son He is my every breath like my Lord is but when i am not getting what i want i am happy cause i look at the postive and am always thankful to the lord and all the blessings he's given me i pray for others and they get their prayers some don't know that but if one's know me i do pray for that. Nice piece confusing but nice piece other then that

Posted 10 Years Ago


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This is a very good write. Random thoughts put to perspective make the reader stop and think. The questions you pose are serious ones. Most can answer hypothetically but when reality comes to play answers may change. Truly the belief of self sacrifice to better the being of another is the most gracious, altruistic act one can perform. You have described that perfectly here. Why perfect, because the act in and of itself is confusing.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Aww, this was a really moving piece! I liked the way you set this out, and thought that it flowed really well. The rhetorical questions were effective, and made me stop at several points to question myself as to what I thought, and what I would do in such a situation. There were a few moments where I was confused as to what you were trying to say, but for something that seemed like a rambling of thoughts more than anything, I thought this was very graceful, and honest piece of work. :)
~PaperHearts

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

It's a bit confusing but other than that it's good. :)
Do you wish to give up anything to please them?
I would give myself up for a friend...
:)
Nice job :D

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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