The snow fell silently upon the ground. The streetlight reflected upon a small and slender shadow standing motionless in a window above the street. As the intensity of the light increased, aided by the slight brilliance of the moon peering through the storm, the shadow became a shape and form. She was now an older woman of ninety-five years of age, petite, slender. Her long hair fell straight over her shoulders and its white brilliance became more exuberant in the light cast upon it. Her checks were pale and drawn well into her face. Her features were ordinary except for her eyes. Big brown olives in the midst of soft white skin that time had not altered.
Josette sat by the window in her favorite chair and watched the snow fall gently as she did so many years ago. She remembers this scene when she was 25 years of age. She has just returned to her childhood home from a successful classical piano world tour. It was snowing outside. As she glanced at the snow through the window of her childhood bedroom, she reflected upon her past.
Josette and Daniel met at The Juilliard school, and she brings him back to life and in turn Daniel restores her faith in love. They fell deeply in love and cared for each other. Josette and Daniel fell in love indeed at first sight. Josette was a freshman at the Academy that barely spoke and was often alone. He took an interest in her and the rest developed. Their relationship grew over the four years they spent together. They became good friends and a strong bond of love developed between them. Although the parted upon Josette's graduation, they found each other once again and their love was rekindled.
Over the many years to come Daniel reunited with his old friends, the children took on their passions in life, both Josette and Daniel retired, and time indeed passed. Daniel and Josette grew graciously old together. They spent a lifetime loving each other and being there when needed by their loving family. They enjoyed and shared the joy of their children and grandchildren. They enjoyed and shared the joy of their children and grandchildren.
Josette sat by the window and watched the snow fall gently as she did so many years ago. Her Daniel was now gone. Thoughts of Daniel filled her mind and loss filled her heart.