Impress

He had always wanted to impress her but had always thought himself lacking.

“Surely she wants more than I could ever have to offer her…”

For years he had had regret that he’d never taken the shot when he had the chance, when she was right in front of him.

And here she was, years later yet exactly as he remembered her: smile, eyes, the blush on her cheeks, the way she wrinkled her nose.

He still thought that he could not be enough.

She had always wanted him too but she feared nothing she could say would impress that upon him.

But still…

Sammie Scribbles Weekend Writing Prompt

Use the word “impress” and write a piece of poetry or prose in exactly 104 words.

How did I do?

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