Heartache.

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
Basically, just something I completed for homework when I was in year 9.

Submitted: May 30, 2010

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I couldn't sleep. The rain tapped frantically on my window, desperately seeking attention. I closed my eyes, and let a silent tear escape. I felt the warmth of it run down my cheek, which felt marble cold beneath my finger, as I quickly brushed it away. I felt embarrassed, as though I was crying in front of millions. I opened my eyes to reassure myself I remained alone, but the darkness blindfolded me. To be truthful, I did not want to see anything. The darkness seemed to soothe me, to cradle me; like a sympathetic friend, searching for the words to relieve me of this searing pain. No matter how hard I tried to forget him, to disregard him - I just couldn't. I was utterly speechless by his brutality, by his capability to punch a hole straight through my chest. I should not have underestimated him; I know better now. I gazed down at the giant crevice where my heart once lay, and a cocktail of nausea and disorientation quickly followed. Agony ripped through me, and a wave of torture poisoned and polluted my veins. I could feel it gliding through my body, gracefully weaving a tapestry of heartache - so tedious and delicate, I was momentarily dazed. I suddenly felt the ground crumbling beneath my feet, as I began spiralling into unconsciousness. I tried to fight it, to ignore the desire to drift. However, I was fighting a losing battle. It felt like jumping off a cliff into freezing water. The shock of hitting the glacial water was unbearable; a thousand knives piercing my skin. And then I was under...


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