Drabble: All The Things She Said

Genre: romance, humour


He first saw her in tuition. She won a chocolate ball for getting a trick question right. He nearly spilt his water into her bag.

“I refuse.”

His second try was during a friend’s party. This time, he did spill his punch on her.

“I won’t.”

On the last day of a week-long camp, after many days of hard work, good timing, and some bribery, he approached her again.

“I might.”

He brought her out to dinner in a tree.

“I can.”

He looked up to her on one knee, soaked to the bone from the sudden downpour.

“I will.”

She smiled up at him from behind her veil, which fluttered wildly in the insanely strong A/C wind.

“I do.”



Posted on December 30, 2016, in Short Stories and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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