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Today’s prompt was recommended by Chukwudi Ukonne.
Last talked: ten years. Funeral’s tomorrow.
Sorry, I can’t think of one.
Steve wins the thread. A lot of good ones here, but this is by far my favorite.
Then I let her walk away.
The developer researches writing MFAs daily.
I wish I would’ve been there.
She understood me. Wish I did.
I lost my best friend today.
He walked away. I let him.
Head bowed, sorrowful… he is gone
Believed critics about “Sideways.” Watched it.
Might have black belt by now.
I’ll never forget her unspectacular smile
I watched you walk away. Sorry.
[Clark Humphrey] My bliss filed a restraining order.
I wish I had. Or not.
Apparently cool kids didn’t keep diaries
Could’ve cut myself a bigger slice.
What-ifs were better than reality.
I hit the snooze button. Again.
She was everything. Until she wasn’t.
Her Paris address: Rue The Day
I never killed my wife’s lover. Yet.
I did it my way.
(Sorry, could not resist.)
Unsent letters washed away by rain.
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“No, it’s OK,” I lied.
behold the last sun set
She would’ve been fifteen today.
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