He’s only got one more day before he’s gone!” The child sat on the sidelines, crying…

“He Only Has One Day Left Before Leaving!” The Child Sat on the Sideline, Crying…


The child sat on the sideline, tears streaming down their face as they watched their loved one prepare to depart. “He only has one day left before leaving!” the child cried out, feeling the weight of the impending separation.

As the clock ticked down, the child tried to make the most of the time they had left. They laughed, they cried, they shared stories and memories. They tried to cram a lifetime of love and companionship into one final day.


But no matter how much time they spent together, it never felt like enough. The child couldn’t bear the thought of saying goodbye. They wished they could freeze time, hold onto the moment forever, and never have to face the pain of separation.


As the final hours approached, the child clung to their loved one, not wanting to let go. But eventually, the time came for the departure. The child watched, heartbroken, as their loved one walked away, knowing that it would be a long time before they saw each other again.


The child sat on the sideline, crying, waiting for the day when they could be reunited with the one who had left. But for now, they were left with only memories and a longing for the past.


Days turned into weeks, weeks turned into months, and months turned into years. The child grew up and life moved on, but the memory of that final day stayed with them. They never forgot the pain of saying goodbye, nor the joy of the time they spent together.


As the years passed, the child found new love and companionship, but they never forgot the one who had left. They wondered where they were, what they were doing, and whether they ever thought of the child who sat on the sideline, crying.

And then, one day, a letter arrived. It was from the one who had left, and it said that they were coming back. The child’s heart raced with excitement and anticipation. After all these years, they would finally be reunited.

The day arrived and the child stood, nervously, at the airport. They scanned the crowd, looking for a familiar face. And then, there they were. The one who had left, standing before them, smiling.

The child ran towards them, tears streaming down their face. They embraced, holding each other tightly, not wanting to let go. And in that moment, all the pain, all the longing, all the years of separation melted away.

They spent the day together, just like they had so many years ago. They laughed, they cried, they shared stories and memories. And it felt like no time had passed at all.

As the sun began to set, the child knew that it was time to say goodbye again. But this time, it was different. This time, they knew that they would see each other again. They hugged, and they promised to keep in touch.

And as the one who had left walked away, the child didn’t feel heartbroken or sad. They felt grateful for the time they had together, and hopeful for the future. Because no matter how far apart they were, they knew that their love and companionship would endure.

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