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His hand moved to my face, brushing away a lock of hair.

It was a loving, intimate gesture and I had to look away from his face.

I couldn’t do this. Not now.

» Posted By lorin On 10.11.2014 @ 8:03 am


He looked at me; those big, sad eyes screaming for forgiveness, giving me an apology he couldn’t possibly put into words.

Because after what he did-no, he couldn’t.

I wasn’t sure I wanted to talk to him ever again, and I told him so. Then I ran home, where maybe I could blanket my mind once again.

» Posted By lorin On 10.06.2014 @ 7:25 pm


The underdog: or was he?

Was he really an underdog, was the question. Did he really lose? It made sense, with that scrawny stick figure he had, but she’d seen him, too-seen him run miles, beat up a bully four times his size on the street to protect his sister.

Was it an act? Why?

» Posted By lorin On 10.03.2014 @ 3:02 pm


there wasn’t anywhere else to go.

The click of heels against the floor usually wasn’t menacing, I mean, come on. Who’d be scared of heels?

I would.

In today’s world, everyone.

It wasn’t even debatable: you heard it, and you ran.

» Posted By lorin On 10.02.2014 @ 6:51 pm


Best not given if it is not asked for. Can be very helpful but can also be hurtful. I I think my advice has gotten better over the years. I sometimes gave unasked for advice in the past and wished I hadn’t. It’s not about being right it’s about helping. The word advice as these words within it: Ad Vice Ice Cad Dice Vie Vied Cave Ave Dive Avid Acid.

» Posted By Lorin On 10.15.2011 @ 11:04 pm


a lock is but an excuse to keep people out. its useless, unwanted material that should be burned and/or lost. BURN LOCK, BURN, you shiny piece of shit. and so you have it. i am back again, another 60 seconds at hand to fill the empty space of this so called ‘oneword.’ and in that moment… LOL

» Posted By lorin On 08.06.2011 @ 9:50 am


in a galaxy far far away lived a young man, probably around the age of 16. He wante d nothing more in life but to love and be loved. He wasn’t the most attractiuve man, but he was smart and had a romantic charm to him.

» Posted By Lorin On 04.02.2011 @ 3:48 pm


Jeremy was held hostage at a young age. Jeremy’s dad was the president of a small Caribbean country, and even though Jeremy was not involved with the governance of the country, he still was considered significant enough to capture when the coup happened. Jeremy’s father was not a particularly nice ruler.

» Posted By Lorin On 11.21.2008 @ 9:38 am

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