Flash Fiction

55 Fiction: Heartbroken

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She had left. Gone. Without a word. Without a second glance. After all these days. How would he cope? How would he continue? He felt empty. How had he not realised the end was near? It was, after all, the end of semester. Next year, someone else would ask for his help at the library.

(c) Sanch Vee @ Sanch Writes (25 October 2009)

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  • Sanch, the writer
    26 October 2009 at 10:42 am

    @ Titaxy: Thanks…and I know!! I miss being a student too! Plus when I was a student here for 3 years, I also worked at the uni library…so miss the lib as well. But I wasn’t heartbroken or anything 😉

    @ Archana: Yeah it is…google it and wiki gives an explanation. And yes, I read your post yest and it was long! 🙂 Have to re-read before commenting…

    @ Nu: Thanks…I think it’s great everyone can have their own interpretation

    @ Soin: Fair enough. But I think what’s good is everyone can have their own interpretation of these…Nu for example saw hope while Smita found the humour. My aim was between creepy and humourous…

    @ Smita: 😀 Glad you found it funny…

    @ Mahmud: Welcome to my blog and thanks for the comment! Hehe…this is only my second 55 fiction and will not be the main thing in my blog…too many issues to blog about!

  • memoriesandmirages
    26 October 2009 at 12:03 am

    😀 nice..

    i soooooooo miss being a student 🙁

  • Archana
    26 October 2009 at 12:47 am

    Is 55 fiction a blogging trend? I’ve seen it around, but haven’t attempted it. I think I’m too wordy for it, haha. My recent post should probably be considered mini 350+ fiction, lol.

    As for this 55, is he a librarian? Because he needs to get a grip on himself if the end of the semester feels like doomsday to him. 😛 Interesting 55. <3

  • Nu
    26 October 2009 at 2:58 am

    how sweet and sad and filled hope as well…she going without a word and he hoping about someone else coming in… 🙂

  • soin
    26 October 2009 at 3:55 am

    and will he ever wonder when the iteration will stop..after so many 55 fiction its sort of become predictable.. a last line twist seems imperative..free

  • Smita
    26 October 2009 at 3:59 am

    ROFL!!! 😀

  • mahmud faisal
    26 October 2009 at 8:18 am

    My god!
    you also going with 55 fiction! 🙄

    it is cool….
    what is the feeling of titaxy? 🙂

  • Psych Babbler
    26 October 2009 at 10:42 am

    @ Titaxy: Thanks…and I know!! I miss being a student too! Plus when I was a student here for 3 years, I also worked at the uni library…so miss the lib as well. But I wasn’t heartbroken or anything 😉

    @ Archana: Yeah it is…google it and wiki gives an explanation. And yes, I read your post yest and it was long! 🙂 Have to re-read before commenting…

    @ Nu: Thanks…I think it’s great everyone can have their own interpretation

    @ Soin: Fair enough. But I think what’s good is everyone can have their own interpretation of these…Nu for example saw hope while Smita found the humour. My aim was between creepy and humourous…

    @ Smita: 😀 Glad you found it funny…

    @ Mahmud: Welcome to my blog and thanks for the comment! Hehe…this is only my second 55 fiction and will not be the main thing in my blog…too many issues to blog about!

  • Reema
    26 October 2009 at 1:48 pm

    funny ending 🙂

  • ani_aset
    27 October 2009 at 10:42 am

    Hmm nice build up PB..But the punch at the end would have been great..if you had said
    “it was time for him to find a new maid” :)..just my thought PB

  • Sanch, the writer
    2 November 2009 at 10:14 am

    @ Reema: Thanks 🙂

    @ Ani: Ooh…yours was way better!!!

  • Psych Babbler
    2 November 2009 at 10:14 am

    @ Reema: Thanks 🙂

    @ Ani: Ooh…yours was way better!!!