Blatantly

15 10 2010

He watched her dissolve gently in her tears. She never did that. She always had that solid shield that oozed confidence, and cold indifference, protecting her from any unwanted company. But he knew there was something wrong even before she cried.

Unsure of what to do, he awkwardly wrapped his arms around her, pulling her into what he hoped was a warm, comforting embrace. In response, he felt her hands gripping the sleeves of his jacket. She started sobbing softly, a horribly saddening sound, inducing unknown sorrow in him.

Gritting his teeth, he held her tighter.

What was wrong?

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