A Date To Remember…: #WriteBravely #WriteTribeProBlogger #FridayFictioneers


“I love opal sunsets. Especially the ones that come, right after a heavy downpour,” smiled Samantha gazing across the horizon.

The sky embellished with dark-amber clouds, looked gorgeous. Vihaan and she were out on their second date. A perfect setting to get some romance started.

“What’s the big deal about sunsets? They come and go every day,” said Vihaan with a disinterested look.

“Well, you won’t understand,” replied Samantha with a tone of despair.

Samantha’s eyes remained transfixed to the sky. She longingly reminisced the countless evenings she had spent here with Rylan, watching the sky change its hues.





Here’s another edition of Friday Fictioneers, hosted by the lovely Rochelle Wisoff – Fields. Picture credit: Roger Bultot.
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I am participating in The Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge.






29 thoughts on “A Date To Remember…: #WriteBravely #WriteTribeProBlogger #FridayFictioneers

  1. pragun says:

    Magical sunset and magical story, this proves her choice is not worth this time.
    How can one be so heartless for sunset and its beauty? I love sunrise and sunset and love to capture them too.

  2. Christine says:

    You can’t build a lifetime on a liking for sunsets. If he has some valuable qualities she should consider what’s best. If they don’t connect on anything really important, like how to bring up children, then she should say a nice quick goodbye.

  3. Meha says:

    This is beautifully written Natasha. She will get over him gradually. And you never know at times opposites attract. He may be the one for her.

  4. Lynn Love says:

    Oh, dear! She needs to get over the ex before she moves on to pastures new or it will all end in disaster! Nice tale Natasha

  5. Vinodini says:

    Everybody has different likes and dislikes. I personally feel disconnected with people who cannot appreciate nature, so I kind of understand how Samantha feels.

  6. The Unknown Journey Ahead says:

    I watch sunrises and sunsets, but rarely with my husband. He’s just not into them in the same way I am. But there is so many other things we can share, that I try not to let it bother me (too much). All men are different. They all can’t be like Rylan.

  7. Rochelle Wisoff-Fields says:

    Dear Natasha,

    A man who can’t appreciate the beauty of a sunset is not worth her time. They aren’t all the same. 😉



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