Forever Love


Forever Love

Cold shivers accompanied me in my cruel dark loneliness.

For so long I have loved her from afar.

Angelica returns with white rose in hand, sad eyes seeking solace. She needs love, yet, she never notices me.

Unrequited love is killing me.

If only the breeze could carry my whispers as it whips through her long brown hair.

Baby, I love you forever.

A lifeless existence, to love without feeling loved.

Angelica needs me to return happiness to her life.


As she sighs, I feel the hollow ache in her breast as she rests the rose upon my grave.



After reading many 100 word stories here in WordPress, I decide to take a shot at it myself.




144 thoughts on “Forever Love

      1. According to Mr Wiki… ‘A Drabble is a short work of fiction of around one hundred words in length.[1][2][3][4] The purpose of the drabble is brevity, testing the author’s ability to express interesting and meaningful ideas in a confined space.’

        So… 100 Word Flash Fiction. It is a term not many use, but I like it. Poetry has so many titles for different lengths and types. I think it is a good definition, for it does test one’s writing muscles to create a story with a beginning, a middle and an end in 100 words.

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        1. Thank you for this informative comment. Yes, it is a challenge to come up with a story as you say, with beginning, middle, and end. All in 100 words. I want to try it again. Have you written any? Again, thanks for sharing this with me.


  1. Brilliant, Andrew! But creepy, too… I think I have a phobia about being buried alive, which this triggers… lol

    (And yes, I get that he is not alive, but his consciousness seems to be still residing there…
    Brr… (chills)

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  2. We can hope for Angelica to find a good friend with broad shoulders to give her comfort while the ghost or spirit may move into the peaceful mist of heaven or paradise where he may or may not recognize her when she arrives. Nicely limited to 100 words. Excellent use of interest and melancholy. ❀

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