I walked past gibbering madness, blank stares, hollow shells of men, and found the girl huddled in the corner. My diplomatic offer of flowers was met with a scream, a recoil, and a whisper: “They’re still alive, and I can hear their dying screams…”
As I walked into the library, I held the door open for a young girl who was going out. She thanked me, walked through the doorway and into the cold mist.
Anxious to share her news, she ran all the way home. When she saw what waited for her there, she ran away.
What does it mean teebee?
Where will you be teebee?
Her beauty was her only currency and by the time she turned 20, she was morally bankrupt. When she reached 23, she had been in a series of relationships with both men and women; though later on, she was never quite certain if this made her bi, lesbian or just a good opportunist.
He may have slept in those bed sheets.
But Honey, I’m the one that made you change them.
If you command, she will obey.
Dating secret #6.
When I found a Polaroid picture of a young girl with her eyes closed and expressionless lips, I assumed someone had thrown it out because it was a mistake. The day my mother died, I stumbled across the photo again but now, there was a strange smile on her face.
Everytime I visited my grandpa’s grave I saw this little girl playing in the cementary. One day i asked: ¿Aren’t you scare to be playing here all alone? She looked back at me and said “No, when I was alive I used to”
During an unforgettable one-night-stand the girl revealed she fantasized about a knife being part of the foreplay. When I asked her who should hold the knife, she answered: “I already am.”.
“Wow, your kid’s all grown up!” I said smiling and waving at the little girl who was grinning at me from the sofa. My friend, who I have not visited for years and who suddenly looked like she had a stiff neck, carefully asked me, “You see her, too?”
The little girl kept on crying, pleading and muttering, “I don’t wanna die, please, I don’t wanna die…”
I sighed at the sight of her and wondered how to let her know it’s already too late.