100 Words Fiction!

She cannot bear that smelly dampness anymore, that had penetrated deep into her being. Maybe the changing season helps her to get rid of that.
She is crazy busy looking for that little magical thing back in her relationship, which she had never known was so important?
With the passing time, Jay has forgiven her, but she is sure that he will never forget how she ditched such a loving and caring husband.

If she had known that trust, like the soul, never returns once it is gone she would have kept it in the sole custody of her conscience.

Linking this to Write Your Heart Out On The Weekend – #WYHO #1


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