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15 March, 2013

Happy Fri everyone! It’s FriFic o’clock. Thanks to Rochelle for this week’s prompt:
Copyright - Lora Mitchell

Got comments or feedback on my 100 words? Well it’s your lucky day – there is a box below for you to type in.


I can see to the edges of the city from here. She is out there. Somewhere. Working in one of the offices, living in one of the flats, driving in one of the cars. But I don’t know which one, and I don’t dare go out there in case I choose the wrong moment and I see her.

One day the hurt of her betrayal will fade and I will go through that door again, the one she left by. And I WILL rejoin the world. Rejoin life.

But today I will stay inside again.

Today I will just watch.



  1. Interesting take…I like! 🙂

  2. I love you SEB

  3. Nice Gentleman, can’t wait to hear what you write when you finally walk through the door! Don’t make us wait too long and maybe you can sign your “real” name this time.

  4. Oh my. I have felt this before. I have, in my life, wanted to see someone that I loved and meant so much to me, so bad!! I would have given anything, just to see that person, one more time.. but for some reason, I has afraid. I was too afraid to step out and go…

    I like this. I connected with it. Maybe fiction to you, but reality to me. Kinda cool huh?

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