Absorb, verb: take in or soak up (energy, or a liquid or other substance) by chemical or physical action, typically gradually, take in and assimilate (information, ideas, or experience), take control of (a smaller or less powerful entity), making it a part of oneself by assimilation, use or take up (time or resources), take up and reduce the effect or intensity of (sound or an impact), engross the attention of (someone).
Certain, adjective: known for sure; established beyond doubt, having complete conviction about something; confident, specific but not explicitly named or stated.
Empty, adjective: containing nothing; not filled or occupied, (of words or a gesture) lacking meaning or sincerity, having no value or purpose; verb: remove all the co
James was absorbed in deep thought.He read an old and crumbled paper numberless times. Each and every word written in the paper was like a n ighmare. He was certain that Susan will come back to him. Alas! it was not to be. He read the contents of the paper hundreds of time. His throat was choked. ''Susan, why did you do that to me! Why you did not see my love!!''
His life had no meaning now. It was empty. He felt some ones' presence in the room. He looked around. No one was there. A voice filled the whole room.''Why are you crying? If she does'nt care for you, why better get rid of her. She will be a loser not you. Get up sonny boy. Start a new life. A new beginning awaits you.'' ''Mom, where are you?'' There was no one!!!
Written for 3WW week 448