Weekly Writing Challenge: Dialogue – The End Of Something Special

We’re both standing there with a blank look on our faces. “Hi” she said. He looks into her eyes, braced himself. Something was wrong. “Hey,” he replied. She walks up to him and reaches out her hand. “I think we need to talk” she said. He  looks down at his shoes, trying to hide away the emotions. “What is there to say?” he replied. There was a pause, he looks up at her again and all he could do is stare. There are thousands of things going through his mind right now, he doesn’t know what move to make next. He grabs her hand and asked “Do you really want to do this here?” She replies “Okay”.

It’s was nice day out, so they decided to head to a park nearby and they begin to walk. He could already tell she was about to cry, he hated seeing her cry. He thinks to himself “How did I let this happen?” , “How did it get to this point?”. They’re walking hand in hand neither of them making a sound, they find a bench on the way and decide to take a seat. “What is it that you wanted to talk about?” he asked, with a worried look on his face. She responds quickly, “I think I’ve fallen out of love with you”. There’s a shocked look on his face, this totally blindsided him. He thought things were going well, he thought he was being good to her. Apparently he though wrong. “Is it me?” he asked. The tone in his voice is increasing, you can tell that he is gravely hurt by her words. ” I…I..I didn’t intend to hurt you” she said. He panics and then quickly gets up, he’s pacing back and forth. She’s watching him with a scared look on her face, she says “Baby, please don’t do anything stupid.” she continues with “It’s just not our time now, but maybe in the future it will…” He stops her and grabs her close, he asks “Why are you doing this to me?” “What have I done wrong?” She sits there staring at him, looking like a scared puppy. He notices she’s about to cry, “I’m sorry” he says quickly to try and prevent the tears from falling. He could already tell it was too late, that his actions at that moment hurt her just as much as her words hurt him. He was confused, out of place, off-balance and he felt he just needed to get away.

At this point there was no hope of saving what once was, and they both knew that their special time together was coming to an end. As they both start walking again hand in hand she says “This is the hardest goodbye that I’ve ever had to do.” He just keeps walking with her trying not to cry and enjoying his last moments with his lover. They are now at the point where they have to go their separate ways, he hugs her tightly. “You know you don’t have to do this.” he implies. “It just doesn’t feel the same anymore.” she responded. “If that’s how you feel, then I suppose it can’t be helped.” He slowly starts letting go of her, kisses her on the forehead, turns and walks away. As he walks away tears start falling from his eyes, he doesn’t look back because he doesn’t want her to see him cry. Deep down in his heart he knows this was the end of something special.

This is my first Weekly Writing Challenge and my first attempt at using Dialogue in my writing. Thank you for taking the time out of your day, comments are welcomed.

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Posted on September 16, 2013, in Regret and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 24 Comments.

  1. That was good ! 🙂
    you should write a novel 🙂

  2. I really like it. It’s great how you are able to desccribe and transport the atmosphere of this scene. Maybe you like mine too. http://hopetoujour.wordpress.com/2013/09/16/weekly-writing-challenge-dialogue/

  3. Shit. This formed a lump in my throat.
    What I have written is the COMPLETE opposite of this.
    Its like you have written the ending to my beginning.
    http://shreyapunj14.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/scene-from-the-coffee-shop/

    I hope this was not a true account.
    *dabs eyes*

  4. Sad story, but good writing! I agree with the previous comment, you should write a novel.
    Lots of love!

    • I wish, I don’t have the brainpower to write something that big. I would need a editor too because I know I’m still learning, this writing is a whole new world for me. WIP (Work in progress)

      • Well, you have to start somewhere don’t you? I always started to write a novel, then quit, then start again. One day you just can’t stop writing and you’ll have yourself a book! 🙂
        And everyone needs Beta readers and a editor. I am sure you can find a lot of people on here who will help you with that! Or maybe some of your friends or family? That’s how I do it, there are not many people on here who read Dutch Lol! 😉
        Just give it a try sometime, you definitely have skills.

      • Thank you very much for that! I’ll def give it a try sometime. Thank you ! 😀

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