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Every antagonist is the protagonist of their own story.


One human finds himself sitting on a bench at the end of his journey. His past is nothing but the past now. Maybe that is something he has to accept before he can see the future clearly.

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Now these, these feels right here, were the kind of feels I was trying to evoke in one of my stories.
Well done sir, straight onto my favourites shelf :twilightsmile:

Great story.

I'm not the type of person who would simply favorite a fic that seemed good, I'm very critical about what I choose to favorite or even read. And I am telling you, this made it into my favorites. I liked the writing style, the way you used nature to define the mood of the story. It was good (though you might want to fix the start, something sounded a bit off.)

Also, the impact at the end was also had a very good build-up. This is one of the few fics that actually got me to read the whole thing without skimming past descriptive paragraphs.

Again, good job.

EDIT: holy crap your other story (Cup of coffee) was another of the few fics I actually liked. Lol what a coincidence. But it's going to take more than that to get me to follow XD

I hadn't, but thanks for linking it, I do enjoy reading stories that are similar.
I usually post my thought process about each of my stories a week or two after I'd completed them, so if it interests you how I thought of my story, I recommend reading that when it's released.

Also while I'm here, I'd like to thank all of you who'd read or commented on my story. I may not comment much, but that doesn't mean I don't read and appreciate them all.

...Damn that one man-tear, it betrays me everytime

Would you do me the favor and give this fic a cover art? :twilightsmile:

Cover art? I tend to avoid images, but I'll see what I can do.
let's find out what google images has for me.

Edit: Tell me what you guys think about the image, and thank google.

7060333 That's better :)

Rereading this, and it still feels utterly awesome

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