Romance was so Unromantic. Boomer. Episode 7

Romance was so Unromantic. Boomer. Episode 7

Romance was so Unromantic…, sometimes! Following the exciting Boomer by Dewey Edward Chester, today the episode 7. Enjoy it!

Romance was so Unromantic. Boomer. Episode 7

Romance was so Unromantic. Boomer. Episode 7

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I was busy signing autographs at my locker, when Officer Derwin dropped off the evening newspaper. New York had rallied to beat Philadelphia, I discovered. Boston clobbered Dallas. Then, right there among the newspaper pages, was a telegram addressed to me.

Quickly, I opened it; then stared in disbelief.

“My Dear…” it read, “I married ‘The American’ at noon today. Good-bye….Dianne.”

Do you love me? Do you love me? Do you love me? The question exploded my heart into a thousand pieces. A train crashed; spilling blood! A tear dropped on the page. Romance was so unromantic.

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  • beautiful…

  • How bitter the tears when mixed with blood.

  • Beth A. Kelly

    Novelist Dewey Edward Chester writings evolve with an analogy of the hurt and pain felt through the end of a love affair. The analogy of a train wreck, blood – ones heart breaking into a thousand pieces – The pain and anguish is so great and powerful – hence the train wreck – the blood – a wound with such depth – The emotion and substance of this author is so incredible!!!!!!!!!!! Does it get any better than this ?

    • Hi Beth – I agree with you totally!
      My remark was meant as empathy for the pain that Dewey’s character was going through. I am a huge fan of Dewey’s writings and know that he always writes with a passion and earnestness that is without peer. Long may he write!

  • Beth A. Kelly


    The most spectacular,indescribable, deep euphoric feeling for someone.

    Love is an incredibly powerful word. When you’re in love, you always want to be together, and when you’re not, you’re thinking about being together because you need that person and without them your life is incomplete.

    This love is unconditional affection with no limits or conditions: completely loving someone. It’s when you trust the other with your life and when you would do anything for each other. When you love someone you want nothing more than for them to be truly happy no matter what it takes because that’s how much you care about them and because their needs come before your own. You hide nothing of yourself and can tell the other anything because you know they accept you just the way you are and vice versa.

    It’s when they’re the last thing you think about before you go to sleep and when they’re the first thing you think of when you wake up, the feeling that warms your heart and leaves you overcome by a feeling of serenity. Love involves wanting to show your affection and/or devotion to each other. It’s the smile on your face you get when you’re thinking about them and miss them.

    Love can make you do anything and sacrifice for what will be better in the end. Love is intense,and passionate. Everything seems brighter, happier and more wonderful when you’re in love. If you find it, don’t let it go.

  • Beth A. Kelly

    Mr. Chester hats off to you !!!! Your writings speak great volume !!!!
    You always bring such intensity to the pages, as only a great writer can do !!!!! Your giftings surpass and go beyond !!!!!! Someone wrote a comment- how bitter the tears when mixed with blood – but yet you can taste sweetness even when surrounded by the bitter – a lilly amongst thorns – it really was only the end of a love affair for one , the other was never in love, thats why they left – the sweetness even surrounded by the bitter is – the one who really loves in a pure way is the one who really knows what love is – though the hurt is great – the love that is instilled inside that person is even greater!!! DEWEY EDWARD CHESTER – YOU HAVE TRULY SPARKED A FLAME !!!! KEEP IT BURNING !!!!!!!!!

  • IZara

    I cannot understand how aren’t you jet famous, Mr Chester

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Dewey Edward Chester, Ph.D. (eq.), is a Los Angeles Professor of Screenwriting, and the author of “Boomer: Sex, Race and Professional Football.” He is a former professional football player, and was nominated for the prestigious White House Fellowship for Journalism Award, sponsored by President Bill Clinton’s Administration. **Boomer by Dewey Edward Chester is also on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Enjoy the reading, you cannot be indifferent.

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