They first met one fateful day while Dmitri was drinking coffee. He noticed this woman, Anna, with her dog that accompanied her as a companion during her travels. Though Dmitri had a wife, he had a wandering eye and often tried to hook up with estrange women that come visit his city. Dmitri and his wife were not in love, though they have a kid together, he felt obligated to stay in the relationship that was slowly making him miserable. He 's wife would always throw jabs at him by not pronouncing his name right and also insulted his intelligence by calling him DIMitri instead of his real name. He was unhappy, and would try to fill the hole of emptiness by filling another person’s hole, and after he played with the mistress’s mind and heart he would let them go never to be seen again. He was a cheat and looked down upon women, despising them for their very existence no matter who they were. His heart was so guarded that he did not care if he hurt women’s feelings and would just use them for his own personal pleasure. While drinking his coffee, he decided to try to make light convo with her by pursuing Anna 's dog to notice him first. He called on the dog and after he caught her attention the started light convo. After a few back and...
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...a and finally found her, but she was with her floosy husband. He watched her down and waited for the right moment to approach her. So he did just that once her husband left, after greeting her her face turned pale and was in shock because she could not believe Dmitri was in front of her in this theater. After running away and him going after her, she stopped and told him to go him and if he did she would see him again. So that’s exactly what he did.
He loved her so much and she clearly felt the same way towards him. Anna and Dmitri kept seeing each other in secret, sometimes it would be months until the met again. The mood of the story was remarkable since it expresses how much he hated women in the beginning to him willing to chase this female to the ends of the earth. This story has so much passion in it that I truly felt their love as if it were mine at the end.
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