Stories tagged “Heartache”

  • That Song

    It’s one of those songs. The kind that makes your heart melt a little. The kind that makes you kind of sad. The kind that makes you… wonder. The kind that makes you smile that small, sad smile. You know the one. It makes you wonder about bi...

    • Author: wytherwings
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Heartache

    Ben took her coat, he wondered to the hallway. Once he had left her sight, he pressed the coat against his lips. It was still warm from the heat of her body and smelled wonderfully of her. He hung the coat and strolled back into the living room. He gaz...

  • Heartache

    Is this the end; is there no way for us to continue to go on together?

  • Disconsolation

    Not that it matters anymore, but I wanted to believe in you too.

    • Author: ReynoldsEco
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Heartache

    I don’t know if he ever understood how terrible this all was to me, the despair and loneliness I felt when he was taken from me, cruelly, like ripping away a part of my very soul; for that is what he really was to me- another part of myself, we w...

  • Heartache

    Break me open and still my beating heart for it must be you before the anguish.

  • Touched, Burned (Winter Coat pt. 3)

    She looked out over the water that seemed to slither above the garden path. “Amazing, isn’t it?” he said to her, his voice chilling her. She nodded and smiled as they continued on. He teased her as she awkwardly stepped over the rocks...

  • Always With You

    “I told you I’d always be with you.” Lloyd entered the TV room as were it any other day, sitting in his chair. The pictures in frames were still on the mantle, curiosities still in their places on the shelves. “But you lied, dad...

    • Author: Tezrak
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Heart Knows

    Heartache is by far the most poignant part of love. Before you experience it, all the talk about feeling your heart ache or break sounds like just another cliche. But it’s not. The moment you realize that the person you are looking at has the mos...

    • Author: Mackizme
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
  • A Dream Come True?

    The doorbell rings and I mechanically answer. My heart stops as I see the person staring back at me. I try to mouth what are you doing here but nothing comes out. I choke up. “I don’t know why I acted the way I did and thought that I didn&#...

  • Recovery

    It’s almost funny how you left me so long ago, yet I am still in recovery. I am slowly, yet surely, healing a bit each and everyday. I’d like to believe that I have completely recuperated from this but I would only be lying to myself, and after dea...

  • When In Puerto Rico [1]

    It started with a glance on a warm cloudless June day. I remember sitting by the pool and he sat next to me. I had never seen him before and yet all I wanted was to know everything about him. They had smiled at me and struck up a small conversation bef...

    • Author: Paradox
    • Posted over 3 years ago.
  • When In Puerto Rico [2]

    I arrived at the airport at around 7:15AM for an 8:45AM flight to Puerto Rico. I never thought my teenage wish of going on a country wide search of Puerto Rico to find a person that I had met eight years ago. I considered myself actually insane for car...

    • Author: Paradox
    • Posted over 3 years ago.
  • True Love

    I love you. I’ve come to accept the fact that I can never tell you this. Some would say I should have seized my chance when I had it, but I don’t have any regrets. The time we’ve spent together will always be treasured. But our lives have differe...

  • Driven

    When the last tear had dried and the consolers had gone home, Kent wandered around in the gloom like a purposeless ghost. What had once been a home, now smothered in its desolate emptiness. Things were broken; he was no longer whole. “-to love an...

  • Sorrowful Burdens (Day 16)

    Grace ran her fingers along the smooth white porcelain of the walls. They were different than she expected- no sign of ash, not one smudge of soot. The only sign was a faint scent of smoke underlying the heady smell of pine. Why wasn’t there any ...

  • Slow Erosion.

    Maybe if I believed in myself Half as much as other people seem to, You wouldn’t be such a problem for me. Perhaps if I thought things through, If I didn’t give up so easily for you Perhaps then I could see more clearly. If I had firmly sto...

  • Say Something

    ~ Say something I’m giving up on you ~ He sat quietly, refusing to look in my direction. I stood at the door, bags in hand. My eyes blurred with tears. ~ I’m sorry that I couldn’t get to you~ This wasn’t how I wanted it to end. ...