A Rainy Heart

a novel, page 1
That night . . . it was a summer night, it was after midnight. If I weren’t to wake up to the sound of your laughter, if I had remained in bed, then this night and other nights, each second would have taken me in a dream somewhere. If I had not looked into your eyes, then my heart now wouldn’t have beaten this way, and the blood now crashes through my body, just as how it had been when you first gazed into my eyes nineteen years ago. . .

It is a Friday night. It is in June. I am about to turn 27 tomorrow. Just another age and all I want is to sleep, but how can I when they have started the party without me, without me saying yes or no. They laugh and giggle. How am I going to sleep? I should have bought earplugs. They always laugh, they and me, the four of us have been living at this beach house the last one year, and once in a while, we can have a weekend without their friends, but tonight is different. Tonight they have strangers, I really mean strangers. Why they meet at this hour, and these strangers will arrive in few minutes. Is already 12:43 a.m. Is no longer Friday.  


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Besides the love for arts, I am fascinated with words that depicted the human mind and heart. I live in southern California and spend all free time when not working to dream, read, write, draw, and paint. Please note that all my writings on Wordpress are unedited since I write the words as they appear in mind at the moment.

12 thoughts on “A Rainy Heart”

  1. You are a gifted and talented writer! I’m loving what your doing with this novel of yours. I picture this novel of yours being turn to a book. Have you thought about releasing a book?

    Can’t wait to read the 2nd part of this short novel of yours. On my way now. 🙂

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      1. Is good I get positive feedback on WordPress as no one cares to look at my posts on tumbler and Instagram, lol. Thank you for all the compliments. I hope you will buy my ebook in next few months from Amazon or Barnes Noble.


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