Come With Me

Come With Me

1 chapter / 150 words

Approximately less than a minute to read


"Then by all means, come with me." An unlikely tragic romance between a Jewish girl and a Nazi soldier.

This particular story is fictional, any resemblance between any person, live or dead, is purely coincidental. The Holocaust was a real and tragic event, which resulted in the murders of six million Jews and five million more.
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almost 3 years ago Robin Nova said:

This has such an impact for being so short. Very well done.

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over 3 years ago NewtisInspiring said:

This left me speechless. It was so beautiful and usually stories this short are just introductions but you told a whole story in so little words and its amazing.


over 4 years ago Insanity Caged said:

I hated it! But, I loved it. I couldn't stand it, but yet i could not stop reading it. It was short but, it was good. How could i not heart it!


almost 5 years ago Astrid Hartman said:

It's so short yet so heart wrenching. It's so sweet that he goes with her. Just... *wipes tear away from eye* there was just so much emotion even though it was 150 words. Maybe you could turn this into a book someday, I woul love to see you expand it someday. -Astrid



over 4 years ago Emily Fortenbery said:

this was so short, yet so well done. I don't think I have ever read a short story that was this well done in so few words. well done!


over 4 years ago Jasmine q. Lee said:

I remember reading this the first time for the figment's got talent auditions. It was a love story with characters that lingered in my memory and I found that I cared and I loved them and their tragedy, which is something so extremely impressive to me since this was captured all in 150 words and many many romance novels can hardly keep my attention. Your dialogue was extremely well done and I loved how you let us piece together the story ourselves through the hints you slipped us. I suppose, I especially loved how this was a historical fiction. Historical romances has become something fresh to read now with all these sci-fi, dystopian novels out there. Keep writing and really well done.