“So, you gave me your soul?” She asked.
“That’s so sweet!” she pecked his cheek.
“That’s it? That’s all?” he asked.
“No scream? Not even a shriek?”
“No, but I have a confession too.” She shrugged.
“Since you shared a secret, I will too.
I’m from an alternate universe.”
“What? No way, that’s not true.”
“Pffft, says that Lich that drives a hearse.”
“Why wouldn’t I be a mortician?” he shrugged.
“Why can Lichs be real, but other universes can’t?”
She crossed her arms to ask the question.
“I didn’t say that. That’s not what I meant.”
“Do you have any proof of the universe in question?”
She rolled her eyes, stood, and left the room.
She returned after a few moments.
“Of course I do. Or do you really think I’d lie
the night before our deepest commitment?
“He shook his head. “Sorry,” he sighed.
“No matter where you’re from,
I’m happy to be your groom.”