– Do you know him? – asked Kate looking at my pale face.

I couldn’t resist staring at him.  In white shirt and faded  jeans he looked as handsome as always.

He smiled at me and his eyes were saying “I make no apologies” even before he opened his mouth and said:

– You look so good. I knew you would be better without me.

Every single word was like a stab.

But I lied  through my teeth:

-How nice to see you again.

Part one of this short fiction is here. I  write it using daily prompts to improve my English. 

My dictionary

  • An apology is an act of saying sorry.  

synonymus: expression of regret, regrest; 

an apology from …

full of apologies = extremely sorry

a written apology

  •  apology – a message politely telling someone that you cannot be present at their meeting or party 
  • be an apology for  something  – to be  an extremely bad example of something
  • make no apologies – to believe that what you have done is right or acceptable



A dramatic view


On Monday morning I met my friend Kate in our favourite French cafe. It’s our way to make Mondays more bearable.

We were sitting in the corner in cozy armchairs drinkig coffee and eating croissants and we were working on our project.  The cafeteria is small and quiet.

Someone came. I was trying to decide on photos when Kate said:

– Wow! Look at that guy. What a dramatic view!

Although it was hot summer I felt frozen when I saw him. His eyes so deep, his mouth so red, his chin so strong, his body so tempting. Attractive as he had been.

Our relationship was tragic. I loved him, he only pretended. He broke my heart and went away.


This is only a fiction short story, my way to learn English better (I suppose).  I use daily prompts. 

  1. dramatic – very sudden or noticeable, or full of acction and excitement

synonymus: exciting, sensational, spectacular, startling, unexpected, thrilling, tense, suspenseful, eclectrifying, stirring, affecting

a dramatic view / description: striking, impressive, vivid, spectacular, breath-taking, moving, affecting, emotive, graphic, effective, powerful

2. dramatic – relating to plays or acting

synonymus: theatrical, stage, dramaturgić, Thespian

a dramatic gesture – theatrical, artificial, exaggerated, overdone, stagy, histrionic



Her skin as soft as petels of a rose

Her lips as sweet as  caramel

Her eyes as dark as starry sky

I admire.

Her hair as mild breeze

Her neck as the Eiffel Tower

Her voice as lark’s singing

I admire.

Too soft to touch

To sweet to bear

Too bright to look at

I admire.

Too fast to reach

Too strong to bend

Too hard to break

I admire.


admire – hold in high regards; respect and approve of (someone or their behaviour); find (someone or something) attractive and pleasant to look at


My first of daily prompts <a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/admire/”>Admire</a&gt;