Crystallized Memory- H.C. Chapman

He remembers her sweet, light, laugh and the twinckle in her
sky-blue eyes whenever she was excited. He remembers how her
browny-red hair shine bronze when the sun caught it.

He also remembers the last day with her. Sitting outside in the
sun; a normal day. A normal day until the gun went off and hit
her straight in the chest.

Her smile slowly vanished, her eyes clouding up, and blood. So
much blood, everywhere.

This is what he remembers, the only thing that he remembers;

Forever he shall be tormented with this memory.

This crystallized memory.

The End

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