All Is Lost


I was late but hung on to a glimmer of hope that she might have waited. Those hopes faded as I wandered up and down the deserted avenue. In despair I threw the bunch of red roses to the ground, their petals blowing away in the wind. She watched all this from the top of the ferris wheel and shouted for him to wait. Her words wrapped themselves around his abandoned petals and disappeared into the night.



Lillie McFerrin Writes

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