Frozen Girl

The anticipation that ran through her veins overwhelmed her. She was pale enough as she paced back and forth. The heel of her boots struck against the pavement loudly, and the breaths she took killed the already lifeless birds. Winter never felt so cold, and I think she noticed it too as she blew hot air into her hands searching for some type of warmth in those blank hours. Maybe in the form of a hug or kiss?

He never showed. She never truly found herself after that. She flew away state to state, to the hot sunny days, and her mind froze those memories and thawed them with new ones; where toes in the sand and salty hair were her next best thing.

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