I made a mistake.
A mistake that I should have spotted a mile away.
A mistake so terrible it left me angry, alone, and with a big gaping hole in my chest.
I fell in love and the moment I let it show he just walked away. Choosing himself over us. That was more important to him than everything we shared, all the moments I confused for meaning something, when they didn't mean a thing.
There would always be bigger and better things compared to me. Why hadn't I learned my lesson yet? I knew better. I was the other one. The sister, the friend, the consolation prize, but never the one.
We had promised each other one night,
but I'd give anything for one more night...
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About the Author
I'm an accidental Nomad who has lived in Pennsylvania, Florida, Maryland, Delaware, and Massachusetts. School has been a major reason for most of my moving and forgive me if i complain. I help people by day and make them up by night. I started writing because reading just wasn't satisfying my overactive imagination. As a child, I was always the kid that wanted to play some imaginary game. Whether it meant battling imaginary dragons with my cousins or creating a soap opera with my barbie dolls. I even attempted writing my first novel at 12, called the The Rena Files ;-) Stories have been a major part of my life. To be able to be coherent enough to write my wonky thoughts down and tell a story has been the biggest motivator for me. I love to hear from writers and might check my twitter one too many times for a normal person. Find me on Facebook, twitter, goodreads or email me.