britewordworm

March 3, 2011

Word Nineteen: Gray

Filed under: 100 Themes Challenge,Continued Themes — by britewordworm @ 10:31 am

(Author’s Note: This story is a continuation of Word Sixteen: Questioning)

Whatever happened to my strength and love for life?” I thought to myself.

I put the bottle of pills down on my desk, and a photo caught my eye.  A boy and a girl were pictured. The boy was standing in a suit and tie, smiling and looking at the camera. He had his arms around the girl, a blonde, who wore a dress, white tights, and Mary Janes. She had her arms around the boy, and was kissing his cheek.

I stared at that photo where joy and love were displayed. That girl was me, and that boy, my brother, Dean.

When Dean died, my world went gray.

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  1. […] Uncategorized — by britewordworm @ 10:59 pm (AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is a continuation of Word Nineteen: Gray and Word Sixteen: Questioning. Please read those two stories to understand more of what’s […]

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  2. […] check out the second and third part of this story at the following links! Word Nineteen: Gray (part 2) Word Twenty-Eight: Sorrow (part 3) Comments (1) LikeBe the first to like this […]

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  3. […] NOTE: This is a continuation of Word Twenty-Eight: Sorrow, Word Nineteen: Gray, and Word Sixteen: Questioning. Please read those three stories to understand more of what’s […]

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