For A Girl

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Flash Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic


He had one thought on his mind when he stepped aboard the train. Death. That was all that he cared about,  he had a plan too. There was a number that he had to type into his phone, and then… Boom… He would get his wish, death among the people of this train. And tragedy among the people of this town.

The problem? A girl. Of course, it was a girl, always. He had never seen a girl with such exquisite beauty before, her golden highlights shimmered as she walked. She smiled, and he knew he was in trouble. Her beautiful smile sent his whole body into a slew of emotions. Her golden hazel eyes sparkled as she glanced around.

That was it. He had made up his mind. He couldn’t do it. He discarded his phone and gently left the bag on the platform. As he got on the train, he looked around for an empty seat. Finding none, except for next to the girl, he decided to ask if it was alright. 

“May I sit here? There’s nowhere-”

“Of course, please have a seat.” And so he did. Aborting his plan to kill, just for a girl...

 


Submitted: July 28, 2019

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