“It doesn’t matter when, the dark clouds will eventually disappear to let the sun shine.” Her mother’s words ring in her ears as she stands on the damp green grass of the cemetery.
Lydia grabs the photo on the fireplace mantle. The photo shows a little girl in the garden.
“I hate you.” He muttered as he limped down the street.
“Stop following me!” Her scream rang through the hotel corridor.
“Oh no, not again.” Sammy muttered, staring out the living room window.
He would be drunk that night. He would stumble up the stairs to his apartment, too wasted to notice the door to his apartment was standing ajar.
“I’m begging you, please come down that ledge.” Detective Sara Locke shouted.
It was one clear night. The year was 1955 in small town, Kansas.
I was eight when it happened.
Racing across the warehouse, he found her lying in a pool of blood, gasping for breath.
I had known Mr. Flower since I was a little girl.
“R-run!” Mary screamed but I didn’t need her warning to start running.
I have been going through the 2,200+ pictures I took on my road trip.
In the stillness of the night, Mary trudged through the snow to where the calf Buddy lie asleep.
Thousands of hands rose into the air as the singer sang the final note of the song, as she sang the final note of the night, the final note of the tour, and the final note of her career. As the music ended, the singer gracefully bowed and removed her wig, revealing her bald head…
I watched as she walked up those steps. She was clutching the straps of her rucksack so tight her nails looked like they were digging into the fabric.
She sat at the bar, absentmindedly lifting the glass to her lips
“Why did you bring me here?”
“What is this place?” She asked, swinging her legs over.
He walks along the path next to the monastery.
Single-handed, Josh grabbed the lever and pulled up the garage door and immediately, thick clouds of dirt and dust attacked us.
She loves everything about thunder and lightning.
The cherry tree has been in their backyard by the lake for as long as they could remember.