The shrill jangle of the door bell filled the house, this wasn’t a surprise to him since he had been expecting her at some point after the books had been published. “Ethan! Ethan!” her voice echoed, it sounded like she was trying to bring the house down. He watched her from the top of the…… Continue reading Die Twice
The heart can be resilient, plucking the fruits of the past and constantly taunting the mind, remembering what it wants to forget. -Prom T
Seeing as I've been home sick lately... Missing the whole family fun of Christmas, this picture kinda just reminded me of my siblings and our weird yet strong relationship. So today my theme is on file, trusts, relationships. I hope we all have the benefit of having that one person that is always there no… Continue reading Letter G
I didn’t mind though, I have heard all those pep talks about planning for my future and doing the right thing at the right time. Heck, I give myself those pep talks, but I’m still the indecisive wallflower.
She walked past him towards the door, every step felt like her skin was being torn off her body. She gritted her teeth to fight back the tears that threatened to flow endlessly as she twisted the door knob, its cold hard steel piercing into her palms . She swung the door wide open.
Basically its a little glimpse of the type of childhood most people have when raised in an African home.
The first time we met
Your ex had just dumped you
you pushed him over the bridge
I saw you cry and we talked all night
We became best friends since then
Fiction, 98 words “When did you know….?” he muttered pulling away “The night before I left for Boston I couldn’t sleep. I would stay awake and stare at you, hoping the next day wouldn’t come…” “So why tell me this now?” “Cause being without you all these months was torture, and I was scared, but I’m…… Continue reading #FridayFiction; Forever with you.
You never prepared me for this
There was no warning sign, none
And you just ripped the bandage off
I guess I got caught up in la-la land
So much was at stake, so I held on