The Big Mistake

He stared down at the glazed, checkered tile as the music began to play. There was a sudden feeling of intense, nervous finality in his stomach as the classic heralded tones of grand, wedding entrance music blasted through the church speakers. He felt nervous as the stares of his invited guests burning on the edge of his face, as he knew his time as a bachelor was finally over. The groom nervously altered his attention from the floor tiles to the church facade, as the high pitched vibrato of the wedding saxophonist Liverpool began to play. He glared curiously over at the band, a 4 piece quintet, who unknown to them, mocked his every forward step. As he paced forward in his overheated rental tuxedo, he felt as though his knees were buckling with every step. He knew his life was over and she was his biggest mistake.

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