Every day he gave me a flower. Sometimes it was a bought arrangement.Sometimes it was a wild flower.Sometimes it was a picked flower.Sometimes he gave me a dried poppy .Neatly tukked into the pages of his favourite book.Sometimes it was free.Sometimes it was store-bought.At times it was cheekishly taken from a public garden.Or from behind … Continue reading Flowers – F – A to Z Challenge 2019
Tag: love story
Josh and Aaron
"Dear Aaron, I remember when I first brought you home. You were the new kid in town, and so mega sexy. All girls must have had a crush on you!"
Again the room was laughing and Sally saw many people nodding.
"You moved differently than all the other boys, you were respectful and knew how to make compliments! I well was in love! At least I had a massive crush on you and my friends and I had already had a fight or two over who should be the first one to send you a love letter. You were beautiful and popular!
Y is for You #AtoZChallenge
Y is for You "Where do you come from?" He asked gazing at her. "I come from wherever you would like me to come from, as for I have no origin nor precise destination!" she replied. "You, you, you know?" he stuttered, turing a bit red in the face, "you confuse me!" "Do I?" "Yes, … Continue reading Y is for You #AtoZChallenge
O is for Orange #AtoZChallenge
O is for Orange Her hair was orange - a short story Her hair was orange. He could remember her carrot, or was it security vest orange, hair like as if it was yesterday that he saw her. In reality, it had been a few years since he first and last saw her on that … Continue reading O is for Orange #AtoZChallenge
True love, a book review: “Not Today, But Someday” by Lori L. Otto
Emi, who due to the sudden breakup of her parents has moved in the middle of the school year, has stopped believing in love. Her first friend in her new hight school is the rather artistic Nate, who is desperately searching for love, or at least physical satisfaction. As the story unfolds the two narrators … Continue reading True love, a book review: “Not Today, But Someday” by Lori L. Otto