by Estelle Bruno
I never told
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Ouch! Man, this is a painful one,Estelle.But I like it.
yes, it is painful, so glad you liked it.
Good letter, tough and to the point!
Wow, Estelle, there are so few choices made in this that it took my breath away. I think is it stunning, in the real meaning of that word. *
thanks for reading it Susan
A good piece, Estelle. The ending carries a lot of force.
So few words, yet so powerful. Masterful.
Robert, thanks for the "stunning". I love that word. Sam, yes, the ending was as you think it.
Matt, glad you liked it also.
Ahh, nice. This is brutal and powerful.
Short and sweet, bittersweet.
An old, sad story. You say in just a few words all that needs to be said.
You handled this one just right, Estelle. Said what you needed to say and nothing more.
So much pain and love in so few, simple words. I'm glad you never told. *
Christian, yes, it was brutal, many thanks to you.
Angela, you also got "brutal", life is like that sometimes.
Jack, yes, sad it really is. Love reading one of your books.
Foster,Such a lovely comment, thanks so much.
Kim, I'm also glad I never told.
This scenario, written with such economy, did not miss or forget a thing. Wow. *
Michael, thanks for your comment. Right on the mark.
Blunt, painful, sad and so powerful Estelle.
yes, Gloria, life can be painful. I knew you would understand. Thanks for reading it.
What a punch that last line packs. The husband unable to let go of the girl who rejected him. Loved it!
thank you Greg, glad you loved it.
So much in so few words. *
some things only take a few words, thank you Beate