Scattered thoughts

Scattered thoughts

A Story by Norah
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It isn't a story.

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It was always you. Who left, taught, & loved me. Maybe sincerely, maybe not. But I’m sure it’s you. I love you. Don’t let me go. Don’t drive me away, stop rejecting me. I don’t easily fall in love. Some of the things we had became nothing but a memory to you. You’re so lucky to have them on your mind. My mind is like a white paper. I rarely remember our days and what we had. But I just know that even if I don’t remember, my heart is too attached. The thought of you leaving makes me cry. Makes me wish my life was a video game. Oh! Video games. They are your favourite. I don’t know if you still like them, but they remind me of you. I don’t remember how I got to know you. They say no friendship exists between a girl and a boy. There must be one falling for the other, there must be someone whose love is stronger. The moment you came back to my life. The moment I understood myself more. I knew I could never stand living without you. I realized I could never bear your absence. I became cognisant of how I feel toward you. I kind of prayed for us. To the skies and stars, in rainy and sunny days, in summer and winter, all days long. I prayed for us to be friends again, and to not be parted for so long. To be honest, that time when we stopped talking and it felt like forever, I did not feel a thing. But when you came back, I knew what it was like to be away from you. I would never desire a feeling of you not being around. You never showed me any of your emotions. In fact, you were scared that I may become crazy about you. You were very late. It still hurts me when I say “was”. It still hurts me when I remember. It is like I can relive all the moments we had and get all the sentiments. I don’t know how our friendship is going to end, but I’m sure I will be hurting for a period. I just hope I end up being by your side. No one ever approached my heart the same way. I can never find you again. 


© 2017 Norah



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I could not help reading your response to MG's review. It was the only way I could tell that the friend or lover does not exist. You bring the sentiments to life with your very descriptive and detailed piece. I was sucked right in. If you don't mind my asking: you said "I realized I could never bare your absence". Did you mean bear? Just thinking aloud. Thanks for sharing.

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Norah

4 Months Ago

Thanks for your review I highly appreciate it! And yes, that was a typo! Thanks for noting it.



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Is this your first love Norah. Will they be the yardstick to which any future love will be measured against.
Although sad and enjoyable read as very well written

Posted 1 Month Ago


Have read this slowly, once aloud, three times.. wanting to absorb the emotions, trying to unravel some of the knots or releases of or to.. this or that.

This is such a powerful yet fragile piece of writing. Part of me wonders if you're talking about Self, how elusive your emotions can be at times. I'm still not sure if there's this Giant Being within and around you.. whatever it is, has near taken you over... and you see, that's when i go back to wondering .. if..

Posted 3 Months Ago


mixed emotions,maybe he just hid them from you,maybe he doesen`t tell you about his dreams of you,no one leaves a relationship un cut

Posted 3 Months Ago


i really enjoyed this piece, well done!!!

Posted 4 Months Ago


I could not help reading your response to MG's review. It was the only way I could tell that the friend or lover does not exist. You bring the sentiments to life with your very descriptive and detailed piece. I was sucked right in. If you don't mind my asking: you said "I realized I could never bare your absence". Did you mean bear? Just thinking aloud. Thanks for sharing.

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Norah

4 Months Ago

Thanks for your review I highly appreciate it! And yes, that was a typo! Thanks for noting it.
Reads relatable to me and actually runs close to how I've felt after losing my friend of 9 years...
I guess it always hurts even though one refuses to admit it...
For a piece of fiction, you've certainly written this out really well. Very heart felt write.

Posted 4 Months Ago


This is actually quite hard for me to read considering i have felt the same. Id be lying actually , i still feel the same. This is an intense read and it represents a human moment . all id like to do is be there to say i know that kinda of life stings and aches. But happiness is waiting somewhere.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Norah

5 Months Ago

Thank you Mark!
this is incredible, Norah. i hope you find your long-lost friend! i love all of your descriptions (uh, your scattered thoughts) that i must have read this a dozen times just now.

i also like the picture of a cup of coffee on top of the story of Briar Rose (sleeping beauty); maybe that will wake her up :p

i wonder, why can you never find this person again??

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Norah

5 Months Ago

Your reviews always put a smile on my face:)
This is a part from the chapter"depression" from.. read more
I felt like I was reading straight into your heart... and if I closed my eyes after reading a few sentences I could almost see you; sad-faced and hurting; writing this lines...

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Norah

5 Months Ago

You know there are some variables inside that weren't like out here.

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