Most people get married believing in the myth that doing so will bring about life-long contentment. They fail to understand that sometimes different flowers are not meant to grow in the same garden. Things change. People change. Love begun can become love undone. The swirls and twirls of living together can come to define different directions. The marriage box might start out with commitment and understanding. A shared set of goals that expresses itself in shapes and patterns of mutual anticipation. It's sad when this changes. When you wake up one day and realize you are struggling to hold a conversation. When there is really nothing left to say to one another. Sentences are empty of depth and lined with wax paper like a discarded sandwich. And there will come a day, a sobering day, when she will say, "I've met another. I'm not in love with you, anymore."