I know you have always loved me and only me Daisy, you just have to say it and then we can be together forever. It is just like I planned.
I'm sorry Gatsby, our love is in the past. Nothing is the same, and we can't spend our time trying to pretend that it is.
Tom? Where are you? Help me end this.
Gatsby vs Nature
Time? What time? Everything will be perfect with Daisy soon enough, just as it should have been five years ago.
Daisy can't have a child or a husband, she has been here, waiting for me this whole time.
Tom vs Myrtle
I will say Daisy's name if I want to say her name! She is only your wife!
You are not worthy of saying Daisy's name. You are nothing but a dirty mistress Myrtle!
Gatsby has a conflict with Daisy because he wants her to say the four words that she may not necessarily mean, "I never loved Tom". In Gatsby's mind, that is the only way for them to be together. He practically begs her to say those words because he wants so badly for his dream to come true. Daisy cannot do what Gatsby wants, so she leaves him behind, again.
Gatsby has a conflict with time because a lot has changed in five years and he seems to have just ignored it. To Gatsby, everything can be picked up right where it left off. He can marry Daisy and live happily ever after. That, however, is not the case. Daisy is married to another man and has a child and life with that man. Time is the one thing Gatsby cannot take back or change.
Tom has a conflict with Myrtle because she sees their affair as serious and he sees it only as a fling. Tom would never even consider leaving his perfect wife Daisy for a woman like Myrtle. He cares too much about his social status. Myrtle, however, sees Daisy as a temporary problem and Tom as a long-term lover. They are on completely different pages in their relationship.