50s-weddings

Corpse Bride - sentence starters

1. “What’s going on here? Where am I? Who are you?” 

2. “You might try and hide, and you might try and pray, but we all end up the remains of the day.” 

3. “Die, die. We all pass away. There’s no need to frown, because it’s really okay.” 

4. “I’m sure s/he’ll be back shortly. S/he’s terrified of the dark.” 

5. “Married, huh? I’m a widow/er.” 

6. “Please! There’s been a mistake! I’m not dead!” 

7. “You could have used the stairs, silly.” 

8. “Isn’t the view beautiful? It takes my breath away. Well, it would if I had any.” 

9. “Look, I’m terribly sorry about what’s happened to you, and I’d love to help, but I really need to get home.” 

10. “I knew you’d be happy to see him/her.” 

11. “Look, I’m sorry, but this just can’t work.” 

12. “Listen, under different circumstances, who knows? But we’re just too different. I mean… you’re dead.” 

13. “You should have thought about that before you asked me to marry you!” 

14. “Why can’t you understand, it was a mistake. I would never marry you.” 

15. “Maybe s/he’s right. Maybe we are too different.” 

16. “If only s/he could see how special you can be. If s/he only knew the you that we know.” 

17. “Pardon my enthusiasm.” 

18. “Yesterday I thought my wedding would be happy. Now I feel like I’m caught in the tide, pulled out to sea.” 

19. “I’m too late.” 

20. “_____, if you choose this path, you may never return to the world above. Do you understand?”

21. “Hold on, ______. You can’t get married looking like that.” 

22. “We’re going to have a party like nobody’s ever seen. The living in the land above will not know where they’ve been.” 

23. “There’s an eye in my soup.” 

24. “Who invited these people? They must be from your side of the family.” 

25. “Right. That’s it. We’re going to take whatever money we can and get out of here.” 

26. “My parents don’t have any money. It is my marriage to you that will save them from the poorhouse.” 

27. “Keep it down, we’re in a church.” 

28. “Take your hands off her/him.” 

29. “Get out.” 

30. “Tell me, my dear. Can a heart still break once it’s stopped beating?” 

31. “Wait! We must abide by their rules. We are amongst the living.”

32. “Oh, _____. I never thought I’d see you again.” 

33. “You kept your promise. You set me free. Now I can do the same for you.” 

34. “We need to go up. Upstairs? To visit the land of the living.” 

35. “_____ never approved of ______ jumping up like this. Then again, s/he never approved of anything.” 

36. “Do you think s/he would have approved of me?” 

37. “It’s a terrible day for a wedding.” 

38. “That’s why everything, every last little thing, every single tiny microscopic little thing must go according to plan.” 

39. “What if ______ and I don’t like each other?” 

40. “You play beautifully.”

41. “Perhaps, in view of the circumstances, you could call me _____.” 

42. “Ever since I was a child, I’ve dreamt of my wedding day. I always hoped to find someone I was deeply in love with. Someone to spend the rest of my life with. Silly, isn’t it?” 

43. “What impropriety is this? You shouldn’t be alone together.” 

44. “Do you not wish to be married, _____?”  

45. “I haven’t a head for dates. Apparently, I’m a day early for the ceremony.” 

45. “S/he must think I’m such a fool. This day couldn’t get any worse.” 

46. “It really shouldn’t be all that difficult. It’s just a few simple vows.” 

47. “If you ask me, your boyfriend/girlfriend is kind of jumpy.” 

48. “S/he’s not my boyfriend/girlfriend. S/he’s my husband/wife.” 

49. “Oh! I almost forgot. I have something for you. It’s a wedding present.” 

50. “Just remember: when you want to come back, say ‘hopscotch’.” 

51. “I spent so long in the darkness, I’d almost forgotten how beautiful the moonlight is.” 

52. “I won’t be long. Stay right here. I’ll be right back. No peeking.” 

53. “If ever I see that ______ boy/girl, I’ll strange him/her with my bare hands!” 

54. “This is the voice of your conscious. Listen to what I say. I have a bad feeling about that boy/girl.” 

55. “I’m sure s/he has a perfectly good reason for taking so long.” 

56. “You’re as cold as death. What’s happened to you?” 

57. “I confess. This morning… I was terrified of marriage. But then, on meeting you, I felt I should be with you always, and that our marriage could not come soon enough.” 

58. “Seal the doors and bar the windows. See to it that s/he doesn’t escape again.”     

59. “We will continue as planned, with or without _____.” 

60. “Marvelous news, _____. There will be a wedding after all.” 

61. “But I do not love him/her. You cannot make me do this.” 

62. “Without your marriage to _____, we shall be forced penniless into the street. We are destitute.” 

63. “I’m sorry I lied to you about wanting to see my parents. It’s just that this whole day hasn’t gone quite… well… according to plan.”

64. “There is a complication with your marriage. The vows are only binding until death do you part. Death has already parted you.”    

Jumin Han: Last Breath

Hello everyone welcome to this new angst series :D So with Jumins part I really recommend reading his Wedding Dance One Shot before reading this c: it gives it extra feels :3 


Jumin: * his pov *

I always knew I had to eventually lose her. I would have never guessed that 50 years of marriage can pass by so quickly. We both wanted to die in each other’s arms but that was only just a dream. If there is a word that I can describe my life with (y/n), it would be the word dream. Many people would be puzzled why I pick that word and it’s only because they simply don’t know that (y/n) made every single one of my dreams come true. She gave me two beautiful kids, a boy and a girl, and they suddenly became my world. After many precious and memorable years, we finally completed our last dream; which was growing old together. The only downside of growing old together is that eventually one of our names will be placed on the tombstone first. I always hoped that my name would be first but with the cancer spreading throughout my loves body, it seems that God didn’t listen to my wishes. For many months, (y/n) health slowly decline and suddenly, the cancer is spreading quickly. The doctor told me that she only had 2 weeks left yet, my love has been here for 5 weeks. I made sure to visit (y/n) every day and today was going to be a special visit. Today is our 50th year anniversary and I’m hoping that the doctors let me stay a few hours past normal visiting hours.

 I smiled at the nurses while I was making my way towards her room with flowers and a balloon hand in hand. I slowly opened the door afraid to wake her up with my presence. I was greeted by the sounds of her heart monitor and other machines that were connected to her. Seeing her like this, breaks my heart even more because I’m seeing her become more lifeless every single day. I smiled at her putting down the flowers and balloons making my way towards her. She grabbed my hand and gently whispered “Please tell our children to come now”. Her request was a bit odd because she knows our kids always visited around the afternoon. As always, I respected her request. She wanted to meet with our kids one by one. I didn’t understand why but it was finally my turn. I walked in and she had tears running down her fragile face. I grabbed my handkerchief and wiped her tears away “what is wrong my soul, today is our 50th anniversary! We will get through this my love, I promise you” I whispered gently. I saw the wrinkles from her lips form a small smile. She motioned me to sit down and I grabbed her hand while doing so. She tilted her head towards me, preparing to break my heart. The look of her face told me everything before she even said a word.

 She caressed my thumb while looking into my eyes “Jumin, my love, my heart, my soul… I c-can’t keep fighting. I’m.. I.. I’m tired of ha-having tu- tubes everywhere. We lived a bea-beautiful life and you ca-can let go now Jumin. You can l-let me go now my love” she pleaded with my heart but neither my mind or heart was ready for that request. I looked into her eyes noticing how her soul was slowly leaving her body. I gave her fragile hand a tighter grip “remember our wedding day 50 years back?” I managed to squeak out while tears were caressing my face. I felt cold thumbs caressing my hand as if she tried to tell me to keep going. I gave a heavy sighed and brought her hand to my forehead “I vowed to worship you till my last breath and that will always continue. I told you that day that you were the color in my black and white world. I cannot lose you (y/n) you m-mean too much to me and I wo-wouldn’t know what do without you. P-Please” I got off the chair and kneeled on the floor “let’s con-continue fighting together because I can’t lose you. I refuse to lose the best thing that has ever happened. I know this is selfish, but seeing your face always gets me through the day. I will give up my heart, mind, body and soul for you (y/n). Everything I did in our life together, just know it was for you. Please don’t make me sign the paper.” Tears started to flow out of my eyes like waterfalls and I looked into her face seeing she hasn’t changed her mind. I kissed her hand gently finally accepting her last request. “We were made for each other. Thank you for the life you have given me. Thank you for keeping me alive. My shattered heart belongs to you now.” I got up from the floor and kissed her forehead.

 TIME SKIP: 5 HOURS

 I talked to the doctors and signed all the paperwork that was necessary to fill my loves body with morphine. That is what she wanted screamed my mind. Congratulations, you killed your happiness screamed my heart. My wife’s last request was to not let the kids be in the same room. I was the only that was going to see her last breath. I sat on the seat next to her while the nurses were removing all the tubes that helped her stay alive. I felt my wife’s hand grip mine tighter with needle being pulled out. I finally saw that she was in pain. My loves head tiled to the side and gently whispered “Thank you”. I nodded while I was seeing the nurses prepare the morphine for the doctor. I saw two more doctors enter the room as a witness for the report the hospital needs to do. I looked into my wife’s beautiful eyes while the doctor slowly inserted the morphine inside her. Tears were rolling down (y/n)’s beautiful angelic face. I cleaned them with the same handkerchief that I wore on our wedding day. I notice she was feeling more relax and I felt cold hands caressing my face. I breathed in anticipating the moment of when she gave her last breath “Thank you for showing your heart to me, thank you for handing me the key to your heart. I vow to love you for the rest of my time here in earth and I vow to find you in our next life. I thank God every single day for allowing an angel to be my wife. We raised two beautiful children that gave us the gift of 5 grandchildren. We been through so much in life that I do not know what to do without you. I am going to miss you for the rest of my short life. Everything that I do will always remind me of you. I just want you to know that everything I did for you, I put my heart and soul into it because you are worth my blood, sweat, and tears.” I couldn’t breathe because I notice her soul was starting to leave her body. I was scared I wasn’t going to have enough time and I gripped her hand and screamed “I vow to worship you till my last breath, just know when my heart stops beating the last beat was made for you!” I breathed heavily and heard “I love you Jumin Han” ever so softly. Your last breath was my name. My least breath will forever be your name. I love you (f/n) Han. I’m going to love you till my last breath.