Love Gone Wrong

Blissfully she swam their enchanted stream of passion.
He came hurling stone words, creating raging fatal rapids.
Rocks slung, bruised her soul, tattered her trust.
Left bleeding hope,
cleansing rivulets would never restore.

stylized-plant-separation

The inspiration for this piece comes from Trifextra Week 102. Of course, we have to have music, so I’m giving you One Republic “All Fall Down”

Trifecta’s rules: This week we’re asking for exactly 33 of your own words about love gone wrong.  But we’re asking that you not use any of the following words:

love
sad
tears
wept
heart
pain
Trifextra: Week 102

Trifextra: Week 102

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19 comments on “Love Gone Wrong

  1. troy P. says:

    If she was a “he,” I would implicitly commiserate!

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  2. jannatwrites says:

    Beautiful descriptions of paradise ruined.

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  3. Something just can’t be fixed. You captured that feeling precisely.

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  4. So expressive and the imagery you project is amazing! ♥

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  5. KymmInBarcelona says:

    Love the cleansing rivulets.

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  6. Draug419 says:

    Great metaphor for broken love!

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  7. The rushing stream — love that metaphor

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  8. Christine says:

    Beautiful imagery here. Very nicely done.

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  9. this line among many – she swam their enchanted stream of passion.
    took my breath. Great imagery

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  10. Momo says:

    Beautiful and haunting. I wanted to point out my favorite phrases or lines, but really it is the whole thing. Great write!

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  11. Lance says:

    well-written per usual, deb

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