The Door

The Door

The door was large. It was wide open. The sun shone on the tile floors. She stood by the entrance, near the brick wall. Was he going to come? Was he going to show up this afternoon? She couldn’t wait much longer. What if someone saw her? What would she say if an acquaintance asked her? Mass wouldn’t be starting for another 3 hours. She’d take the risk. She’d simply say that she had to tell him something about the Legion of Mary, something like that. Making something up wasn’t quite right, but she didn’t care. The last time she had seen him was almost 2 weeks ago. It was an eternity. She didn’t like eternities. A man opened one of the other doors, by the altar. She made the sign of the Cross and swallowed. Her knees felt funny, as if they would betray her. She walked towards him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to “The Door”

  1. alex Says:

    good writing. Have you ever thought of writing some of these as poetry? might be a good approach.

    • beccar Says:

      Alex, No, I never thought of writing these as poetry, but will see. Thank you. Eugenia haedo1881@yahoo.com, http://beccar.blogharbor.com Different Flags  The Story of Ani and Forbidden Love in Argentina Read Eugenia’s blog at differentflags.blospot.com Search word: Differentflags beccar.journalspace.com http://www.beccar.blog-city.com, beccar.blogharbor.com, mylifeinargentina.blogspirit.com, beccar.myblog.com differentflags http://www.differentflags.com Different Flags, A Novel by Eugenia Renskoff . ISBN: 0877142572. Release Date: 2002

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