"I waved to her. I wanted to catch a last glimpse of her face, but the sky's reflection on the train window cast a dismal gray cloud over the beautiful features of my sweetheart…" >>> I don't know who wrote this but its beautiful
When he said I had a smile "to die for", a sip of poison slipped into my veins as I recalled Orwell's advice they you should never use a metaphor or simile that you are used to hearing or seeing in print.
It was peaceful when she was there alone. The smooth sounds of the water buried themselves inside her. She watched the light bounce off the water and dance on the wall. This was where she came alive. Even the smell of chlorine made her feel...content.
Lets get back to survival basics for a minute. It is sometimes helpful to re-group, to take a step back, and look at the big picture. You may be surprised in that sometimes you’ll get a new idea or perspective which will help you become better...
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