I now started to feel guilty for getting angry. I was still hurt from the words he’d said. How everyone was right in hating me and how I never cared for anyone’s feelings
It had been raining and even from afar I could sense the hatred that was the remains of my relations. As the taxi neared the gigantic property, I saw the same old ferns,
The rain poured in a drizzle. The words of observance spoken and the casket lowered into the ground. He was gone, now forever. I just stood there, as I watched him leave the earth for good.
She sat on the parapet wall, and looked six storeys down. Tears rolled down her cheeks and her heart felt sick. Her head was heavy from all the pain and her arms full of scars
Running away from everything, In a closet we hide, My heart beating faster and yours perfectly still, You are in the dark, Gunshot fires, the world outside is ablaze…
It was such a bad feeling sitting all by myself without him by my side. Eight months we’d been together. And all that went away in just a mere line of badly constructed words
Editor’s Choice: My single tea cup tasted like tears. In sixty-three years, I’d never had one without her. In sixty-three years, I was never alone. She was gone, my beloved wife
The waves lashed the shore over and over again. Every crash feeling even more painful than the previous. She held the overcoat tighter to her body, as if it could hide the bruises