Warmth [A Flash Fiction]

Warmth [A Flash Fiction]

The sun will not rise today because it’s cloudy from the fog, and there had been snowfall last night. I took a deep breath, the deep my heart can’t take, and leave it rather cough it out. A smoke of a few seconds.

Last night what had happened, was waiting to have happened.

It’s being three months of the marriage, but, the first time this love happen last night. She made me feel incomplete at the same time complete. She showed me how love can be love again.

A cold wind shivered me, and I felt I need her warmth.

Submitting to Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt.



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