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Five Letters on Sunday

Five Letters on Sunday

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Jack Harbon By JackHarbon Completed

Chandler was never good at expressing his emotions.  He smiled when it was called for, but that was it.  There was no declaration of love to his girlfriend.  He wasn't even sure he wanted a girlfriend.  All it took for him to open up was a boy in England.  Lukas.  There was something about him that made the feelings inside of Chandler spill out like a broken dam.  But suddenly the letters stopped.  Chandler had stopped writing back, and Lukas wasn't able to get a hold of him.  Where was he?  Had Lukas said something wrong?  Did he not like talking to him anymore?  Lukas never gave up writing to him, and on a Sunday in December, he recieved five letters from the boy.

mglitorja mglitorja Apr 04, 2016
isnt 8 great to be able to get letters at this time and age?! I mean seriously, ur putting more into 8. Thoughts anyone?!
TaureanDelight TaureanDelight Sep 24, 2014
that's a great letter to receive when you're feeling down or good to reread. it was very genuine. 
                              *you used the wring blonde when you described Chandler. blonde is female, blond is male. (at least for American English, not sure if it's different for British or Australian English)
TheGirlWithTheTea TheGirlWithTheTea Apr 21, 2014
Wow.... that. Was. Sooo good... maybe you couldve added a bit more on how they met?? But it was puuuurrrrfect <3
savannahdarling savannahdarling Jun 27, 2013
Love the story especially how you connect with the characters through the letters. It was a short story but a great story. I actually feared up <3
kazemomo kazemomo Jun 20, 2013
The summary sounds sad. But can I be hopeful?
                              Was there a reason why he couldn't get those letters? It seems like they couldn't reach him.
SaucyOneCurious SaucyOneCurious Mar 15, 2013
It's so cute! The relationship they have. I would be too impatient to wait to open the present too  :)