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Picture: Cliff view

Tue, 18 Sep 2012 10:19:21 GMT

Hope someone could make a story out of this ;) [Cliff view](

Wed, 19 Sep 2012 21:55:18 GMT

He was sat there, staring blankly at the sky, immersed in his own world. Little did he know that she was staring at him for all this time. She was just waiting for him to realize she was next to him even though she knew he was thinking about her. One tear rolled down her cheek, she smiled bitterly. "Don't cry, I'm not worth it" he whispers. I hope this is enough, it's my first attempt. :D

Mon, 08 Oct 2012 01:03:18 GMT

She looked down at the photograph in her hand and then closed her eyes. In an instant she was reliving the memories the scenery brought back to her mind. The happy ones: things like the two of them laughing as someone made a joke, holding hands for the first time, planning their futures as they stared out over the ocean. But you cannot have happy memories without sad ones, and that's where she had hoped to end her reminiscing, but it seemed her dreams had other plans for her. That night, images of her lover's eyes that last time they saw each other haunted her, and when she woke the next morning she found the photograph crumpled in her tiny hands. (I have comma issues that I'm working on. If someone who is better at punctuation than I am would like to correct me, please do! I'll take all the help I can get.)

Thu, 25 Oct 2012 09:44:21 GMT

That was lovely, Chelsey! You did a very good job! (By the way, thank you for registering to the forum!) I'm not an expert at punctuation but your punctuation looks fine.Thanks for participating! I hope to see more of your five-sentence fics soon.

Fri, 08 Nov 2013 07:06:36 GMT

that was awesome. So many feelings in between sentences. Thanks for this! ^_^

Tue, 12 Nov 2013 07:03:23 GMT

_Be warned this is a very sad drabble... _ She used her binoculars to look out at the cliff near the sea. It was at that cliff that she shared her most happiest moment as well as the most cruelest moment. Contradicting as it sounded, it was _her truth, her story. _ 10 years ago she had met her first love and last love. She had only been 16, a carefree teenager living her rebellious life. He was new in town and got lost wondering around until he came to the clearing of the cliff. She had already been sitting at the edge gazing at the scenery. It had always been her place, her sanctuary until he turned up. He wasn't breathtakingly handsome like the jocks from school. But he had the most bluest eyes that almost compared to the sea. And when he smiled at her, that sloppy smile with a tad shyness, it made her fall head over heels in love with him. Or maybe it was because he had this nice southern accent that she never knew she liked until she heard him. Whatever it was, that day she had found her first love. They had become instant friends until a few months later they finally confessed their feelings. They dated until graduation when they were separated by different colleges. She went to the the closest one to her home town while he went into the city, far away. He did come back once college was over and had whisked her away to the city with his charms to live a life there. It was rocky at first but she made it work for the both of them. She regretted returning to her home town with him when they had decided to finally get married. He had insisted that they marry at the church in the town. Everything had gone well, they got married and were enjoying their honeymoon until the last day they were heading back home. He had dragged her to the cliff they had claimed as theirs. They had been laughing, kissing, playfully chasing. Then everything had become a blur to her. She didn't know how she had managed to lose her footing. She didn't think he would be quickly grabbing her to catch her. He had lost his own balance and they had fallen together. Yet here she was, the only survivor all because he cushioned her fall. She managed to survive but wished she had gone with him. She had lost her lover, her husband and soon-to-be... _the father of her baby._ Tears ran down her cheeks. She placed the binoculars on the table beside her and touched her bulging belly as she felt a soft kick. If she had not found out that she was pregnant, she would have gone to that cliff again...

Tue, 12 Nov 2013 12:00:23 GMT

I just realised something ----> I'm so silly! I totally didn't know this is part of Five-Sentence Fic!! Like duuhhh! What I wrote was more than five sentence!!! >< I will crawl into the corner now...

Wed, 13 Nov 2013 03:34:21 GMT

@Blossy: OMG this is so sad...I loved loved it! Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece, B!

Mon, 24 Feb 2014 10:23:36 GMT

@Blossy: that was awesome and sad. gad. the loneliness of sad endings T_T

Wed, 26 Feb 2014 08:37:36 GMT

I'm not a fan of sad endings but I surprisingly did a sad ending :)