The phone buzzed on the countertop, Gabby gazed at the phone from across the room and quickly walked towards it, quickly unlocking her phone and reading the latest text.
“Well, what does he say now?” Priscilla asked, raising her glass and sipping the last bit of wine. She patted the couch and beckoned Gabby to sit. ...
Woe is me on this rainy day;
How can it be, that it can happen to me.
Oh woe is me. Oh, woe is me.
The rain against these windows
sing me to sleep.
That is until the window was opened
and a flood came in.
Oh, woe is me. Oh, woe is me.
Now my clothes are wet,
my books are no where ...
He held her closely, caressing her face and leaned in to kiss her gently.
It was astounding to see them; yet, at the same time it was like invading their privacy. I quickly looked away and took out a book to read.
It wasn’t long before they came and took a seat by my side.
“Hey,” he said. ...
I looked around to watch her smile. I haven't talked to her; but I wish I had the courage to simply go up to her and say hello. She's never sad or angry; I don't know how she manages to always be happy. I wish I could be like her.
I won't lie, I do like ...
Everyone can do it, so why can't I?
The tall people move, they do not stay in one place. They run like lions out the door and leave me here to stay. I watch them move, putting one leg in front of the next. It was a difficult task I must say, but I have to ...