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   Chapter 733 The Farewell (Part Seven)

Love Crisis By Yue Xia Xiao Hun Characters: 7408

Updated: 2019-05-27 06:23


"I am leaving now... please take care!" And without another word, Molly walked out of the room, leading Mark by his hand. Mark was confused but he could feel his mother's pain and could empathize with her. Mark turned and waved goodbye to all of them, his friends and family, before turning back around and walking alongside Molly. He didn't want to leave everyone behind. He wanted to cry but he knew that him crying would make his mother sadder, and he didn't want to see her sadder.

But not too long after they'd exited the hotel, the door that Molly was staying at opened and a pair of leather shoes made their way inside.

Brian stood in the middle of the room that still had Molly's scent. It made him weak and even more depressed. He glanced around, knowing that she would have left the divorce papers. When his eyes found them, he walked over and was surprised to see the diamond ring that he had given her five years back. Picking it up, Brian could still feel her warmth. Turning it in between his fingers, he remembered the moment that he had pushed the ring onto her finger. That day, he had given her his vow and oath, pledging himself to her for all of eternity. It tortured him to think that she was gone now, out of his life. As he focused back onto the ring and the divorce papers, he looked at Molly's signature next to his own.

How twisted were things that looked so simple? A small thing could start a love that seemed so pure and everlasting, and another thing could see the demolishment of that love, crumbling it to pieces until all that's left turn into ashes. With a heavy heart, he picked up the divorce paper and stared down at it for a long time. With the ring in one hand and the divorce papers in the other, he slowly walked over to the window. Subconsciously, he wanted to look for her, knowing that she wouldn't have gone far yet. He wanted to look at her one last time before she was completely gone.

It didn't take long for his eyes to spot Molly, whom dragging her luggage behind her and holding onto Mark's hand; Mark was walking beside her. The sky was gloomy and the air was cold and windy; it was blowing through Molly's hair, making it fly all around her face. Brian had

s beating fast and his muscles were quaking and trembling, the dense and exceeding agony swallowing his body and soul. He felt like he was on the verge of breaking down, faced with the reality of his lonely life ahead without his beloved Molly. He sank down into a crouch, still facing the window, staring at nothing.

"Brian!" Shirley cried and rushed over to him, crouching next to him. Seeing her son in so much pain sent Shirley's heart into a fit of insufferable leaps of pain. She wrapped her arms around him.

"Mom..." Brian muttered ever so quietly. "I can't bear the pain. It's too much for me to handle." Tears flowed out of his eyes, finally letting go of all his pent-up sadness, despair, and anguish, not able to hold it inside any longer in front of his mother. His mother was there when he needed her the most, when he needed another person the most. It was a critical thing that she was there, and he could not help but let out his tears and to cry against his mother, feeling her loving arms around him.

Shirley shut her eyes as she held her son tightly against her, enveloped in her arms, as she had done so many times when Brian was a little boy. Her heart felt as though it had a stone or boulder weighing it down. "You two love each other so much," she said softly, rubbing his back. "So why do you have to do this? Now seeing you both in so much pain, I have to ask, what good would come out from being apart?" She desperately wanted to understand.

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