Thanks again to the Writing Prompt Generator of thecharactercomma.com
This post refers to my book Back in the rain (I’m gonna have so much fun with this prompt)
I do feel I owe you an apology for all that happened to you because of me.
At such a young age, you went through such horrible things that nobody in this world should ever experience. I know very well that you didn’t deserve any of it.
In fact I must confess you that, even though parents shouldn’t have favorites, you were and still are the character I love the most.
You’re probably thinking I’m joking. I’m sure until now you thought that I hated you.
Well, you were wrong, and if you take a look at yourself you’ll start seeing why.
Did you notice how beautiful you are? Do you think I’d give eyes like yours to anyone? When I was a schoolgirl, my imaginary-boyfriend looked a looooot like you.
Not to mention your personality! Darling, you’d literally do anything for the people you love. When you started taking shape in my head, you were a rare case of a fucking-perfect human being.
Here’s the catch.
Maybe you were just too much.
You see, you were so perfect that it felt like you were missing something. So I wanted to make you more “real”, to test you and see how far you’d go, how you’d react to hardship.
Your tragic backstory was the first thing I created that later became actually part of “Back in the rain”. I probably went too far with it, and I messed you up. I’m sorry.
But you see, that is also the reason why your Drew exists. After all I did to you, I thought you deserved someone to love you above everything else. To apologize, I decided to give you that kind of love that everybody dreams of: poweful, intense, breathtaking and deep. I hope it was enough to make up for everything else.
Lots of love,