Sorry?my dear

It is raining and blowing outside. But my heart is blooding. I am sleepy and lying in bed. I look at the stars of the night and the faint light, but my tears roll off like a line.


  At 3 a.m. yesterday, my lover lelft me. No, the correet saying is that I lost my temper to her. From the time I met her, this period is the happiest time of my life. I went to tianshui and then went to Lhasa, looking at the white snow and yellow sand, looking back to the life we played the game together, she was riding a horse, and I was fighting with monters.

  There were only us running in the world of ice and snow. Whenever I picked up a good thing, she would put her hands to me, and asked me to give the object, I was always happy to put everything to her bag. All of this is happy, very happy. But now all is like the water, it has gone. It could no longer come back.

  She has gone, she has gone with sadness. She has been with me for so long time and she has got a lot of hardnesss, but I have not taken care of her. I have not given her a decent equipment or even a hero gold, instead, she often buy hero online gold for me. I gave her the hero online miney, but she did not accept the hero money, she said hers is mine, if the gold has been run out, she would buy hero gold again.

  When I stayed with her, I did not have to worry about anything, the only thing I should do is to fighting and fighting.

  Once, she used my account to play the game, she killed some of my friends, and they sweared to fight with me and the people around me. I was scared that she would suffer the disaster, so I quarreled with her, she was very sad. She said she would never see me again. My purpose have reached, but my heart was blooding, especially I will live alone without you.

  I admit that I have fallen in love with you, but I do not hve the courage to tell you. The only thing I can do is to bless you, I hope you will be happy forever. Now I do not play the game, but I still miss you. I should say: sorry, my dear.

 

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