(Author’s note: So, I know I’ve only been posting once every two weeks for a while. Let me explain why: Wednesdays were chosen for me to exercise. When I come home, I usually end up falling asleep while writing. This means I don’t get things finished. This will change after November AND after I move to a new place. It’s just taking a little longer than I’d like. Anyhow, here’s today’s fictioneers…)
(Don’t You) Forget About Me
by Miles H. Rost
“It’s so cavernous.”
Yumin looked around, in awe of the rotunda of the former cathedral.
“It’s also one of a few places where the church allowed music videos to be shot.”
Aaron gazed upon the wonder in her face, lit up like a christmas tree.
“Music videos? Like which one?”
He gazed into her eyes, then pointed behind her.
“The one that’s being made right now. The one we’re in.”
She turned around, looking far off into the lens of a barely hidden camera.
“Who’s music video are we in?!”
Aaron put his arms around her, and whispered, “Ours.”
Oh, that was so sweet – loved the last line!
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Based on a true story. XD
I’d love to live in our own music video/musicals. Except Sweeny Todd or Les Mis. The love was delivered in the last line.
Yeah, that last line was very much inspired.
Everything is being recorded under the dome. It is scary and unacceptable. Nice story.
Thanks, though it’s not always a bad thing if you are doing it for the right purpose (such as documenting love in blossom.)
A quote from Eric Cartman. 😀
Unique take, romantic story 🙂
Based on events that happened with my friends in Korea, who recently got married.
Aww, a romantic guy 🙂
Yep yep! 🙂
Sometimes life does feel like you’re in a music video. I like that. 🙂
If my life was music videos, I’d likely be bringing back the old VH-1. XD