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... at the Bean Caf'e. We sat outside under the veranda and chatted the rest of the night away. Before that day, I would not be able to recall the last time I laughed so hard my stomach hurt. When I do think about it, I do not think I ever laughed hard to begin with.At 5:00 in the morning, Donavon escorted me back to my loft. Standing one step above me on the stoop, he looked down upon me like I was an angel shining under his magical glow. The sun was beginning to rise and I remember being able to make out the golden highlights cascading over his hair.
I could almost feel the radiant power between his body and mine. Without saying a word, he kissed me ever so gently. When his lips touched mine, the energy was electrifying. I felt it all over my body. It traveled into my face, down into my heart, and made my hands and feet tingle with exhilaration.Donovan and I steadily saw each other every weekend after that. Not long after, the weekends turned into the weekdays, and before long we moved in together.
We compromised on a pent house in Dinkin Tower overlooking the park. Our incomes were quite impressive, although with the investments I was soon to make we became the richest couple in the entire nation.My first child was born two years to the date of my first encounter with Donovan. She was a beautiful girl, weighing 9 pounds 2 ounces. We named her Madison Faye. The name Madison was for Donovan's mother; and Faye was for my grandmother. Maddy came out of my womb with old, wise eyes.
Donovan joked that she was a reincarnation of the Dahl lama, for she was so intellectually stunning. It was apparent that she inherited my astuteness, and proved it in every way since the day she was born. Two years after Maddy was born, I gave birth once again to a little boy named Britin Lee. He took after his father ironically enough. Like mother like daughter, like father like son. Britin tested his sister any way he could.
She outsmarted him, but his antics always put a smile on her face. I finally was able to find peace being at home with my family. About three years after Britin was born, I decided to recommence myself and get back into the swing of things. I ventured back into my niche...the trading floor. It was like picking up where I had left off. Everything was so easy; it amazed Donovan to see me in my full glory again. The business world was on the up and up, as it had been for the past couple of years.
The investors were having a field day. It seemed that anyone investing at this point in time was becoming rich. Two weeks after I had gotten back to work, there was a buzz over the place over a business that was just taking off. A universal rejuvenation pill that transcended skin back to its original state. In other words, one takes a pill and it is like an instant face-lift. The pill was called Lipsidize. Women of middle age and older were swearing by it, and the rest were buying the product by the truckload. The company went public, and some of my associates and I bought into it instantly. Months down the line, the company took off for real and the original buyers of the stock took off along with it.
That investment alone boosted my capital above and beyond anything I would have imagined. That year the market was mind-boggling, and I was high on the thrill of it all. Donovan and I would lie in our bed covered by silk sheets, drinking Champaign and marvel over our good fortunes. 'Baby', he would say to me, 'you amaze me day after day. Your intelligence and beauty overwhelms me. I don't know how you do it, but I do know I would not be able to do it with out you.' I remember that night so vividly. His words touched my soul so vehemently just as they did when we first met. I turned to him, told him how much I loved him and how much joy he and the kids brought to my life.Over the next couple of years, we were flying.
Our family, The Pr'ecis's were known as one of the most distinguished families in the entire nation. Not to mention, we were also one of the richest. In our skyscraper mansion, our lives were impeccably grand. Fully furnished by antique furniture, and antique architecture, I was living in a heaven beyond my wildest dreams. Donavan's career was also at an all time high. His newest novel, Utopia: A Backwards Look At How Life Was and Still Should Be, was a best seller.
Maddy, and Britin were attending the top Manhattan private schools, and were both excelling. Although Maddy excelled with her schoolwork, and Britin excelled with the opposite sex. Regardless, life was good, so as the story goes, there is nowhere to go when you are at the top, except down. I recollect going to work on Thursday, May 2nd feeling exhilarated. But as soon as I walked into my building, I knew something was erroneous. There were whispers, and suspicious glances through out the building. 'Had I been so wrapped up in my world that something had passed me by?' I thought to myself.
I didn't think I was a solipsistic person, yet anything is possible. I went into my friend and business companion Jankin Brenner's office to discuss what the trouble was due to. He showed me some papers dealing with the import export capitol rate, and I was stunned 'I had no idea, I have been secluding myself in a fantasy world for only a small while. I suppose that we are now in grave trouble Jankin. But how the so called 'unshakable' market could unravel into such a panic in such a short time boggles me', I said with a question mark hanging overhead.'Well my dear Talia, you are right about the market being in trouble', he replied. We walked down to the floor and saw the hustle and bustle at an extreme. It all was surreal from where I was standing. I knew that the monopolies of many conglomerates were shifting.
I also knew that there were some sneaky investors that were borrowing money from the prime brokers, and then the prime brokers in turn borrowed money they needed from the associate lender banks. But how those banks lost their money, and when the stocks defaulted, no one will ever be able to figure out how it all happened so quickly.The next few days were a downward spiral into the unknown. People were drawing their money out their banks like panic-stricken animals. The banks in retrospect were overturning, and the people's fortunes were lost. I must say that there were preventative laws prohibiting these things from happening for many decades now. Yet under these circumstances, those precedents were not maintained.
The ever-changing system of pattern was why I loved my occupation so much. It had always left so much room for expansion in business. Now, I may be a hypocrite to some, but my mind has changed. Everything I had once believed in was crashing down around me, including the stock market.That day when I left work, I saw things I never though imaginable. Rubbish and novelties were strewn over the pavement. In the food warehouses, there were jewels being exchanged for goods. It was all so absurd.
I went home to find officers at my door. In total, there were four of them. At the time I thought nothing of it. I invited them in but my curiosity was tremendous. 'Mrs. Pr'ecis?' They asked. 'Yes, officer do tell me what your presence here is concerning', I said.
I could tell from their expressions that their news was not something pleasant.'There has been an accident involving your husband and children.' When those words reached my ears, I almost fainted. 'When your husband picked up your children at school, a crazed woman driving another hovercraft collided purposely into them. She made a statement that you were to blame for her lost fortune. She said that she entrusted you with her life savings and you squandered it into a market that you knew was faulty', the officer said.'I DO NOT CARE WHAT SHE HAD TO SAY, WHERE IS MY FAMILY', I screamed. 'We are truly sorry ma'am, they were all killed on impact. From the flames, their remainders turned to ash.
If there is anything we could do...' The officers stood there looking desolate. 'Please leave my house', I asked them. They hesitated for a moment'Our deepest sympathies ma'am', they said, and then left.I recall that the room started spinning after hearing what they had to say. Things really do fall apart all at once. Next thing I do remember was going up stairs to my bedroom. I looked around the room for a sign that was to say 'just a joke Talia.' There was not any such sign. These were the events that led up to where I am speaking from now.
Next thing I vaguely remember was walking over to the window that overlooked the small and semi-distinct scenery of the park. Donovan and I used to sit by this same window and sometimes talk, sometimes make love. 'It all was just so ironic,' I remember thinking. Some woman I cannot even remember, thought that I had ruined her life, so in turn, she ruined mine. With that in mind, I opened the window and stepped out onto the ledge. The bird that flew by shot me a quizzical look but I hardly gave it thought. Rather, I looked out into the open sky. It was an exquisite day out, 'hmm just the right time of day,' and at that, I stepped off the ledge plummeting to my demise. That was the last thing I did in this cruel world that stole my most precious treasures.Here I now exist. In a place that is so alien from what I am used to.
I really do not believe that what I did would be suicide. More or less I consider it to be an attempt to regain happiness. Surely if there is a God, he or she would understand. For that matter, any higher elevation of life and being would deem what I did an act of reputation. I thought that Don, Maddy, and Britin would here and we would be together again. Now I see how very wrong I was. Even a person of my analytical capacity makes unethical decisions.
Right now there is fog as far as my eye can see, and I am sad. Life is said to be what one makes of it. If that is true, how did I create my life to end with such hopelessness? I have never been so unsure of where I am to go, or do. I think I will stand here stationary and wait..
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