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I love you. (July 26th FFF)

I was invited (well, not personally, but still…) to join the Fandango’s Friday Flashback!

Fandango scrolls back, every Friday, and gives a second chance to a post he had published on the same date the year before. I thought it was a great way to remember some of the stuff I did a while back, and I decided to participate…

So here it is!

Previously posted on July 26th of 2018, here is a little romantic piece of fiction, memory of one-year-ago me!





Love can only be unrequited if it comes with a tag saying

“Love me back, please!”



How many times did you press your index on my lips, shushing me to silence? As if not letting me tell you, would keep me from feeling it. You probably never allowed yourself to wonder, if you could ever love me back.

I never kept count. Of the time daydreaming of you, of the sighs murmured to the winds, of the heartbeats bearing your signature. You closed your eyes, and covered your ears whilst I loved you with all my being.

You locked yourself in, and locked myself out. Afraid, perhaps, that I might win you over, in the end. You refused to look my hapiness straight in the eyes. You fooled yourself into believing that you were refusing my loving feelings. But love can only be unrequited if it comes with a tag saying “Love me back, please!”

And my love never came with a charge.


Via today’s Word of the Day Challenge: Unrequited

This is some sort of humble homage to Sarah Doughty, whose work I’ve admired since I first came across her blog. She is one of my favorite word-fairies! To find out about her beautiful micro poetry and storytelling, please take a moment to visit her site, Heartstring Eulogies.


You can see the original post here.

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