Olicity One Shot~ My cure to writer’s block
So this will make no sense but a friend named Matty or as many know her @supersillyanddorky06 suggested I cure my writer’s block by doing a free write. The shot might be odd, or disorganized but that’s what it’s meant to be. I needed to free my mind and by doing this I did just that. Thank you my friend and thank you to everyone who has ever read a word that I’ve typed. It means more than you could possibly know.
His eyes looked frozen, that she could clearly remember as his gaze carefully scanned over the her painstaking words. His parted lips and quivering fingers made her own body tremble with unspoken fear. She watched him carefully through the security cameras that lined the walls of now heavily guarded building. His downcast eyes and fallen chin made her softly touch the flickering screen. His lips moved soundlessly before his knees gave way; she watched in silent torment as he slowly slipped to the cold ground. The letter fell beside him limply as she whispered into her self made darkness, “I’m sorry Oliver…I’m sorry…”
5 Years Later…
“Are you sure about this?” the quiet voice beside him beckoned somberly.
Oliver’s heavy, light-less blue eyes raced upwards toward the tower’s glowing tip. He felt her supportive touch near the small of his back; her soft perfume floated around him like a warm blanket as his body shuddered from his own internal cold. He croaked with tears forever frozen in his raw throat, “I’ll be fine Dinah, but I need to do this, I need to say goodbye…”
He felt her gloved fingers pressing firmly over his spine. Her hiccuped reply made his chest burn, “Did she know?”
His chin fell instantly to his cavernous chest, “What that I loved her and still do?” he mused tiredly.
“You’re never going to move on are you?” she asked as her hand raced up his chilled spine.
“I tried and she left…” he snapped quietly with not even a small note of hidden remorse.
Dinah’s sighs over the nape of his neck warmed him momentarily before the chill of her words made his blood run cold. “She left because you betrayed her trust by trusting Susan over her.”
His automatic nod seemed rehearsed when he seethed with repressed anger, “She left me long before that day Dinah…”