If Famous Authors Contributed To ‘Glamour’ And ‘Cosmopolitan’

13 Sep

Thought Catalog

F. Scott Fitzgerald

In the winter as the days became crisp and white, the flakes of snow descended onto the rooftops of Princeton’s ivy-covered dormitories. Inside Judie’s bedroom, Gavin knew that there was something dismal about his performance, just as he knew there was something sad about the disappearance of the fall. After a pause, he said, “I’m sorry.” But Judie paid him little attention, choosing instead to swaddle herself in the pure white bed sheets as if she were a newborn baby recently delivered by a stork from above. Gavin stood perfectly still, his mouth agape, unsure which way to go, knowing that when he stepped out the door he would never see Judie again. Indeed, the enormity of the decision weighed heavy upon him and for the first time in years, tears begin to stream down Gavin’s face. He wanted Judie to care, he needed her to care…

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