The Red Second Generation’s Abandoned Former Wife (51)
Bai Weiwei didn’t say a word. The light of the fireworks shined on her face, giving her a slightly cold beauty.
It was like she was isolated from the world.
Unsympathetic, unwilling to give anyone a hint of pity.
Su Shian’s heart was dripping blood. His fingers clung to the armrest of the wheelchair, like a prisoner waiting for the death penalty.
His expression was grim and tense.
Bai Weiwei suddenly walked up and bent over, face to face with him.
Her eyebrows smoothed out. She was smiling and charming, eyes full of fireworks.
“Shian, you really like me?”
She had once asked this question.
He had denied it.
Then he regretted and said he liked, but she said he didn’t deserve it.
Su Shian only thought she was beautiful in every way. How was her smile so similar to warm water, able to soak into his cold heart.
He couldn’t resist, as if he were tempted, “I like you.”
Clearly there were countless feelings in the heart waiting to break out, but he could only use such pale boring words, to summarize.
Bai Weiwei’s smile cooled down. Her eyes held a faint ridicule, and her features carried more than a little ice.
“I don’t agree with you about the divorce.”
Su Shian suddenly started, the feelings in his heart almost pouring out.
“You……” still like me?
So you’re reluctant to divorce.
Bai Weiwei stood up straight and looked down at him, she frigidly said: “Every time it’s you who says leave, says do not like, says to divorce.”
“From the day I changed, I told myself that only I could abandon someone and no one could abandon me.”
“And so, Su Shian……”
She laughed icily, “Let’s get divorced. This time I don’t want you. It’s me bringing up divorce, not you.”
He said divorce and she refused, only because she wanted to ask for herself.
The surprise in Su Shian’s eyes dimmed.
Her words stuck into him like thorns and left him disoriented.
Bai Weiwei gazed at the night sky loaded with grand fireworks, “These fireworks, I’ll leave them to the person you like in the future.”
With that, she lifted her foot and left.
Su Shian finally shivered, “Weiwei, do I have a chance to save it?”
Bai Weiwei’s footsteps paused, but she didn’t look back, “No, the Bai Weiwei that once loved you is already dead.”
Su Shian gritted his teeth to endure the pain, staring at those fleeting fireworks.
Finally after he opened his mouth several times, he still said: “I already know your condition. Even if we divorce I can’t be assured about you.”
“I know you hate me, but don’t be ashamed, treat it well. Don’t let the illness get worse.”
“If you find it difficult to bear, just torment me.”
“Anyways, my skin is very thick, you can hit me a bit to vent out your feelings. Don’t just stew in it yourself.”
The depressed could easily fall into a world of sadness and pain.
So he must not let her ever again face enough difficulty to hurt herself.
Su Shian found he was like an old mother.
Afraid that Bai Weiwei couldn’t take care of herself, he nagged endlessly.
The cold wind blew.
Su Shian just felt if he did not look back, behind him there would still be the shadow of Bai Weiwei.
But that person had already left.
He had just spoken aloud to himself and didn’t even know if she had heard it.
The fireworks were still on display, but the people meant to watch it were not there.
Su Shian looked at the fireworks in the sky and for the first time experienced the feeling of being abandoned.
It turned out to be so miserable.
The feeling of a dog that lost its home was not enough to describe it.
No wonder she didn’t like him anymore. He was abandoned once by her.
And was already desperate to the point of madness.
He abandoned her for more than a decade.
This kind of torture was not something that one could afford.