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Diary Confessions

Diary Confessions


Had I looked back? I think I have not. I have not looked back to those promises I made with her, to her eyes which always wanted to see me close to her,to those moments which I can not buy today with enormous money I had, I never ever looked back to her love. But still the smell of old books brings her face in front of my eyes which she used to hide with them. That peacock feather which she kept in them takes me to her. If I had forgotten her then why this happens? Why? Why?........


100 words on Saturday -9 prompt: Had I looked back.

Wednesday prompt: the smell of old books


100 Words on Saturday - Write Tribe

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  1. you have weaved you story very well to suit two prompts at once. A great story too.

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    1. thank god! I did it well? Thanks for reading

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  2. creatively connected both prompts. nice

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  3. thats so touching, and all it took you were hundred words.

    Pages off Life

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    1. I am glad that my story touched you,thank you Rupert

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  4. You've managed to convey a wide range of emotions in those 100 words. Loved it! :)


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    1. Feels good to impress with my writing,thanks for visiting

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  5. Short and nice..never looked back but still have the smell of old books intact :)

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  6. Well written and quite emotional !!

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  7. Beautifully expressed. You made the images come alive:)
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  8. We do leave some part of ourselves somewhere. What a beautiful and super creative post. It something we all experience from time-to-time.

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    1. thank you that was actually the thought behind this post

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