Dialogue Between Couple

Topics: 2007 singles, 2006 singles, Sunrise Pages: 2 (344 words) Published: March 21, 2013
“How are you?”
“Honestly? I feel like I’m dying.”
“That’s never good.”
“Tell me about it.”
“I doubt I could if I tried.”
“Do you think that—?”
“Hold up! You have an ant on your cheek.”
“Get it off!”
“Alright, alright, relax!”
“I can’t believe I didn’t feel it…”
“I killed it.”
“It only wanted to be on my cheek!”
“Why would it want to be there? I probably put it out of its misery.” “That’s not funny! It liked me because I smell good.”
“Apparently died because you smell good.”
“So I do smell good, then?”
“Just be quiet and watch the sunset.”
“I’m tired of sunsets. I want to see a sun rise; they seem more rare, and happy.” “That’s ridiculous. Sun rises happen as much as sunsets.” “Yeah, but less people stay up to watch them. I think I might stay up all night to see tomorrow’s. Do you want to?” “Not really. I have to leave in ten minutes.”

“Have you ever watched the sun rise? Not just been awake, but intentionally watched the sun rise?” “Just once.”
“I wanted to get my mind off of something.”
“Nothing. Why are you so talkative all of a sudden?”
“I was just thinking about the ant. I don’t want to die an ant.” “You’re not dying anytime soon.”
“You never know when you’ll crawl onto the wrong cheek.” “Hmmm.”
“It is pretty, though, the sunset. The way the crimson bounces off the clouds.” “Yeah.”
“I wish it lasted longer.”
“If it did I don’t think I’d be as pretty.”
“I suppose you’re right.”
“Look, I have to go, or I’ll be late.”
“Do you really have to leave?”
“Yeah, I’m sorry. Happy birthday, Mia. I hope you feel better.” “Thanks, me too. See you later.”
“See you.”
“Umm, are you going, or are just going to stand there?”
“It was you.”
“Excuse me?”
“My first sun rise. I was worried about you.”
“Could you-- could you stay? Please?”
“I don’t think I was leaving.”...
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