He threw the vase at the wall, and it shattered into a million pieces. A million tiny, meaningless pieces. He couldn't stand this feeling. He needed to get out. Go somewhere. A bar maybe. Get drunk, whatever. Just make this terrible emptiness go away.
I'll erase the memories
Brian was almost to the door when someone else got there first. Anita walked in carrying the children on her hip. She shut the door, surveyed the mess, and exhaled heavily. She said nothing to Brian, but turned to the children and said, "We're going away on vacation for a little while. We'll see daddy soon." And she turned back out the way she came in, only seconds earlier.
I'm naked and I'm far from home
And so Brian did all he could allow himself to do. He fell to his knees and began to sob. He shook and he shivered, unable to control himself.
I hang my head and I advertise- a soul for sale or rent.
Brian was crashing. He couldn't feel. His wife had left, along with his sweet children. But to Brian, it barely mattered. What mattered was that Freddie was gone. His Freddie. His Freddie, his magical, beautiful Freddie, his Freddie who he would do anything for
Save me, save me, I can't face this life alone...
There was so much he wanted to say to Freddie. He wanted to tell him how he loved him more than anything. How much he adored him. How he wanted to be with Freddie the rest of his life. He would give anything to tell him so.
Don't let me face my life alone
Freddie Mercury. Farrokh Bulsara. His white queen. The love of his life. Why had he never told him how he felt? He was too afraid to ask. If only he knew
A young Farrokh Bulsara sat quietly on a cloud of light, miles above Brian May's head. He held a Persian cat in his lap, an old friend from his youth. Tears streamed silently down his face, into the fur of the kitten.
"Brian," he began to speak. "Brian, my sweet Brian. How I've always loved you! Why didn't you ever tell me, silly Brian? Don't cry. One day, we will meet again
And his words disappeared into the wind, left for his one true love to find
I'll love you, till I die