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Born and raised in a small and remote village of China with two siblings, Zoe had a childhood with wild freedom in nature. After finishing her education at Dalian Foreign Languages University, she has been living and working in Dalian. A woman of strong feelings and a passion for life, Zoe's first series of vibrant articles will tell you about the rollercoaster ride that was her first serious relationship with a Western man. There is much you can learn from her telling story. After that we'll see where else she can take us and what other wonderful experiences she might share.
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The End Of Our Relationship Part 18 - Long Day Into Cold Night    

By Zoe
6978 Views | 12 Comments | 6/23/2013 1:52:37 PM

Waiting in the cold for the Western man I traveled so far to be with.

If he already arrived, he must have called me, he knew my train arrival time. So I dialed his cell phone, no answer; dialed again, no answer. I called to his office number, no answer either.

I started thinking randomly, he is not in the office, meaning that he is out already to pick me up. It takes two hours to get here, meaning he got to go through highway, is it possible that something bad happened to him?

Then I remembered that in Abu Dhabi airport when I was getting on the elevator, I slipped and tried to hold the handrail, didn’t fall down or got hurt but broke the nail of my ring finger. Was it a signal or what? Otherwise, why the ring finger?

Dragged my suitcase, walked out of the station, nowhere to go, I found a small square and sat there, waiting.

It was getting dark, the temperature dropped off, I was cold. People in hurry steps were coming and going in front of me, some young lovers not far from me snuggling close head by head were whispering.

It seemed a century passed till my phone ringed, saw H’s name twinkling on the screen, my tears dropped down.

Didn’t cry out to H, neither complained in phone, I guessed there must be something that stopped him.

Said to him, H, I am cold.

H said, I will get there soon, there was an accident, it takes a bit while more. You go find and coffee shop to sit for a cup of coffee or tea, I will give you a call when I get there.

When he mentioned ‘accident’, it almost took my breath.

I asked if something happened to him. He said that he was all right, not his car, would tell me later.

Whatever it was, I don’t care, as long as he was all right.

So I stood up, dragged my suitcase, walked into a coffee shop not far ahead. I was almost frozen.

The shop staff told me that it closed the day. What! I was confused, does the shops here also work from 9am to 5pm?

No other choice, I got out, looked around, found nowhere to go nearby, worried if I walked to far, H would not find me when he arrived. So I sat back in the small square, and waiting.

Every time if there was a car stopped near me, I lengthened neck, widened eyes, hoping it was H arrived.

It seemed another century passed, finally I saw H, the man that I was missing day and night, while walking and working, eating and sleeping, the man that I was missing every minute and every second finally appeared to me.

Before I saw him, I was imagining all possible scenes of the moment we see each other, what would be my reaction, what would be his. Imaging that I would throw whatever in my hand and run to him then jump onto him, hold him tightly, just like in the movie lovers do after their parting.

But the real picture was, he got out of the car, bent, carried up my suitcase and put it into the trunk, meanwhile said to me, go into the car, you must be very cold.

Sitting in the car, my heart was pumping in my throat. He got into the car, smiled, looked at me, I looked back at him, smiled, we hugged gently.


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#2013-06-23 14:11:47 by prana @prana


#2013-06-23 15:32:31 by anonymous6650 @anonymous6650


#2013-06-23 15:54:33 by Apinkapple @Apinkapple

It's hard to resist the power of love, but this chapter makes me feel so sad ......

#2013-06-23 21:11:10 by 345 @345


#2013-06-24 03:06:27 by anonymous6656 @anonymous6656

As always I like your style and am impressed by your gift of restraint - as a writer and sincere person both! Perfect technique for this forum!

#2013-06-24 20:33:52 by 99moonriver @99moonriver

When a man truly in love with a woman, he will absolutely care so much about her, he will call her many times, talk about the trip, buy her tickets, check the weather, remind her to keep warm, kick up her on time, he will be willing to take a lot of trouble making sure she will be totally safe and happy in the trip to his city.........Yes, a true man will treat his lover as a little girl, just want to take Good care of her.

I guess, there is no difference whatever western men or Chinese men, if he truly in love.

#2013-06-24 22:38:03 by anny999 @anny999


#2013-06-24 22:54:45 by sharonshi @sharonshi

The final meeting is not romantic as movies but it's okay. Real life. The communication before you meet really hurts.

You love him so much that you have some of your negative emotions depressed. It's okay not complaining, Meanwhile, how about trying to express your needs, say, I am worried about you and wish we could meet asap...... Man can act better once they clearly know what do you want from him. Don't be afraid of speak out your needs or desire. just as you inquired that night: I wish you could stay here tonight. Cool! You pleased you both.

Little quarrel is part of intimate relationship. Apparent harmony is fragile if we do not brave enough to touch the painful nots under-beneath. The earlier we realize the Moment of Truth's approaching, the earlier we progress the relationship. Here is the touchstone——Love more, or let go for both's good.

"I love you and sometimes I hate you so badly that I hate that I loved you." If you both could say words like these, congratulations that you both are lucky birds.

#2013-06-26 13:16:42 by grace2013china @grace2013china

From now on, you'll start to tell us the real sad story, don't you? It's hot summer now, but your story makes me feel freezen.

#2013-06-26 13:18:01 by isabella2010 @isabella2010

i like the happy ending.... to wish everyone live with their lovers..

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