From a Daughter
You weren’t there when I was learning to ride my bike. And every time you promised to visit, you weren’t the one who had to wipe away my tears when you didn’t show up. 281 more words
*This is a work of fiction with some cursing. Consider yourself warned.
Remember me? The girl you never met at that blind date. I hadn’t been very excited for the date at first, not because I was less inclined to meet you but because my past experiences had made me wary of people. 387 more words
I would have imagined us walking down a street in the midnight of Venice with glimmering lakes and the smell of serenity
I would have imagined us spread across the cold sands in a beach with frozen sunlight, someplace where it’s okay if the sand sticks a little too much to our palms… 131 more words
LONDON (AP) — A letter written by one of the Titanic’s passengers a day before the ocean liner sank has sold for 126,000 pounds ($166,000) at an auction in England. 257 more words