Friends drift apart,
People get broken hearts.
Memories will always stay the same,
Even if people change.
Heart containers are Red. Rupees are blue. Actually now that I think about it, some rupees are red, green or even silver!
I should have used a better analogy.
ANYWAYS; I’ll take you away more than Gannondorf ever did. Just ride Epona with me, right through the wind.
We can visit princess Ruto in Zoras domain. Though it might take awhile to get there, And it may rain. But I’ll keep you safe as long as I have Eponas reigns.
But if water doesn’t suit your fancy, that’s no strain to me. We can go visit the Great Deku Tree, or even my hometown or Kokiri.
But if you’re getting cold, or simply just feeling adventurous; I’ll take you to see the Gorons on death mountain. We can adventure freely through the caves until the light grows dim and we have to stop playing.
We can rest up at Kakiriko Village, spend a night at the inn. And maybe the next day I’ll take you to Lon Lon Ranch, to pet animals and play a game.
Oops, sorry, I realize now I’ve gotten terribly off track! As much as I’d LOVE to go on all these adventures with you, there’s one thing I forgot to ask!
Will you be the Zelda to my Link?
It’s dangerous to go alone, so here, take me ❤️
(I have enough heart containers + potions for the both of us )
The sand at my feet.
The fishy peculiar smell of the air.
Running down the sandy stretch without a care.
Waves crashing against the shore,
Sounds that comfort me unlike anything has before.
Exploring the tide pools, the cliffs and caves.
Splashing water and sandy feet.
Life is so simple, so neat.
Racing my friends down the dunes.
Staying out late with a bonfire and tunes.
Looking up at the starry sky.
And every bad thought escapes my mind.
Everything is finally right.
The hardest thing I’ve ever had to do?
It wasn’t letting you go.
That was difficult though, to swallow my pride and wear a smile to hide the fact I’m not okay.
Oh no, the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do? Was finally admit to myself the truth.
It was admitting that you were never mine to begin with.
— The End —