UntitledGloomy light passed through the window. It brightened her face as she squinted her eyes to read the blackboard. I could not resist to stare at her. A heartwarming smile appeared on her lips when she noticed me looking at her. I loved her. We had been friends forever yet I've had a crush on her for years. She's gorgeous. Her pale white skin, her beautiful brown eyes hidden behind her soft long brown hair. Her everything! She's amazing, no wait. She's... Words do not describe how she is.
The last 5 minutes of class before winter break. Time never went as slow as now. The waiting killed me and all my fellow students. My eyes wondered of towards the snowflakes falling down from the white yet light sky. Isn't it amazing how something as simple as a snowflake can be so beautiful? People say that every flake is the same, but would that even be possible? The sound of the bell pierced my ear drums and everybody started cheering. After all this time we finally have a nice vacation. Hayley
AmeliaThe cold air blew unforgiving across the frozen lake. Amelia waiting outside the rundown old bait shop for her little brother to be dropped off by his father. A light sigh escaped from her lips, as she blew a strand of her thick black hair out of her ocean blue eyes. A pretty child she had always been however since the accident that had left her in a permanent coma she had grown prettier. The final choice of her mother's must have been hard. Her life support machine had to be switched off and her life taken from her, now no longer in the land of the living she had to waste all her days and nights struggling to find something to do. She had always been fond of her little brother and loved spending time with him. She promised that she would always protect him from anything and everything. She wanted to look after her mother though so she stayed permanently and waited for the weekends watching her mother and making sure she was okay. When Saturdays came around she always was happy. Her br
Everlasting winterSnowflakes perished as they hit the rough concrete floor. There I was. Sitting in the park at freezing temperatures. It has been freezing for a while now so the lake was probably frozen enough to skate on it. Motivated by my freezing ass, I decided to get up and go take a closer look. In the corner of my eye I see this little kid running around in the snow like a madman. He reminded me of myself when I was younger. Short but filled with power. I stood still for a minute just watching the him run around. He opened his mouth and smiled at every moment even the smallest snowflake touched his tongue. I smiled and kept on walking. The boy started running on the ice. I smiled and kept on walking. Moments later a sound that pierced my ears. A plunge, then a scream.
My heart stopped. I looked to my side and saw a hole in the thick ice. Everything became a blur. I ran over the field towards the pond. My heart was pounding as I tore my clothes off and jumped in the hole. The co