Monday, September 7, 2015

Nostalgic memories..







As her mount shifted uneasily under her, she grasped the brim of her old felt Stetson, gazed upwards and remembered Jean Pierre. 


Tears were rolling down.

Lauren, first met Jean in "Smiley Studio" where she was working as a manager. Jean joined as a photographer. After days passed out, Lauren realized Jean was her right match. 

A cute love proposal happened and they both started living together. They shared everything. 

Every weekend went on with a trip and lauren was looking still more beautiful with the shot of Jean.

A small misunderstanding came as a sword to break their relationship. Once after realization, Lauren tried reaching Jean. No positive results.

Now she realized better to lose the argument not the person.

Word count: 99

Inspired by the prompt - Monday Finish the story

Linking with Wednesday Wit & Wisdom

Check out the previous prompt - The devil's abode

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24 comments:

  1. I really like the almost poetic quality of your story. Well done!

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  2. Nicely done Hema! Thank you for participating in the Mondays Finish the Story challenge. Be well... ^..^

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    1. Thanks Barb.. The pleasure is mine.. :-)

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  3. So true about those pesky things called arguments. Most of the time so silly you don't even know what it was about. Well done!

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  4. I like the sword metaphor. Good story!

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  5. Such a sweet story, Hema. So many romances end over who's right and who's wrong. I like your lesson at the end. :)

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    1. Thanks Susan.. Glad you liked it.. :-)

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  6. Beautifully written. Thanks for sharing.. :)
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  7. Thanks for sharing..:)
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  8. better to lose the argument not the person
    Wonderful Written..Keep Rock !!!!

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  9. very well penned Hema :-)
    Cheers, Archana - www.drishti.co

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  10. Lovely story and good advice. Well done, Hema. :) --- Suzanne

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  11. Beautiful wordings Hema :)

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  12. I think I would have to know the beginning of the story to truly understand. "Finish the story" is an interesting exercise! Have a great day!

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  13. A sad ending to what could have been a beautiful love story.

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  14. Yes..Better to lose argument than person!

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