Five Sentence Fiction – Entry 2: Forgotten Soul

I don’t blame you for shutting me away. All the times I’ve hurt you, steered you away, and made you cry into the night.

Just know that I forgive you for tearing me apart, and that I’m sorry to have brought you so much pain when my desire was to bring you joy.

Please, just don’t leave me here alone anymore. Please, remember me.

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And Entry #2 for this week’s Five Sentence Fiction. Pretty sure this happens to everyone at least once. Usually, a whole lot more than just once.

I hope you all enjoy

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One thought on “Five Sentence Fiction – Entry 2: Forgotten Soul

  1. Mayumi-H says:

    Ugh, yes, you capture that regret so well, here. I like the way you work stories together with so few words. It’s something that always stymied me, especially with these limiting challenges, but I’m always impressed how you skip over the gimmickry of semicolons and their ilk for the bare – but evocative – bones of your stories. Well done!

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