You don’t have to put that makeup on; I like you better without it, for your lips shimmer when they utter my name and eyes
“Where are you?” he asked nervously as I answered the call. “In front of the triangular park. Oh, wait! There are two of these.
His words were like the ship that helped me sail across the sea and finally reach the shore. But then he went away, and I
I plug in my earphones and play the music on shuffle. Unfortunately, it is, yet again, our favourite track – his and mine. I need
We stopped by a shop. She looked at the display items, and then at me. Her hopeful eyes glittered, and lips smiled slyly. I
“Stop crying first of all, tell me, what happened? Why did he leave you?” I asked her, consciously stepping an inch closer to her.
Hey, You’re fine, I hope? I, too, am fine. Not happy though. How can I be? It’s the Valentine’s week, which
I have always been the second option in the lives of people I’ve known so far. Apparently, it has started bugging me now. Twenty years
The cool breeze of February passed through my hair, turning my nose ice cold. I shivered a little, immediately regretting my decision of not putting
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