It’s frightening that I have murder on my mind.
I have to remind myself that I’m justified in killing you.
Please understand that I don’t want to do this.
Killing you is my worst nightmare.
I’ve always loved you and everything you’ve done for me.
You’re the reason for my Shawshank Redemption.
You’re the reason for my motivation to fight.
You’re the reason for my dedication to life.
Nevertheless, I have to end you.
I rely on you way too much.
You have failed me countless times.
You’re an ally that I can no longer afford to have by my side.
We’ve lost too many battles together in this great war called life.
The enemy is destroying us at will from all angles, yet you tell me to be patient.
You tell me to stay optimistic for help will be on the way.
You tell me to trust in you, and I trust in you.
Years later, we’re still losing the battles that you said we could win.
And you’re still telling me the same things.
How long can I continue this never ending cycle of losing?
How long must I show goodness and mercy to all of my enemies?
How long can I tolerate you?
I’m sorry that it had to come to this.
I never expected this day to come.
I thought that we would always be together.
I thought that you would always be my strength.
I thought that you would always be the one to comfort me.
I thought, and I was wrong.
The thought of killing you is madness.
I don’t want to lose you.
I didn’t think I could ever lose you.
Like dreams, nightmares do come true, too.
At the same time, circumstances have changed.
Killing you is a necessary evil.
I’m sorry that I have to do this.
I’m sorry that I have to betray you.
I’m sorry that I have to abandon you.
I’m sorry that I have to crucify you.
I’m sorry that I have to murder you.
Please, forgive me.
Please forgive me for the death of you.