Today’s twist: write your post in the form of a dialogue. You can create a strong opposition between the two speakers — a lovers’ quarrel or a fierce political debate, for example. Or you could aim to highlight the difference in tone and style between the two different speakers — your call!
“Is that you Thomas? Yes, it is you!” Jessica said as she did a double take.
“It’s me indeed! How are you? It has been a long time. I thought I was seeing a ghost!” Thomas still shocked.
“I’m fine, fine. And this is Jack, my son. We’re getting his ice-cream, want to join us?”
“Sure, after you,” as he followed them to the café.
“Can we have a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, an orange juice, and what do you want to drink?”
“I’ll have a beer please, thanks.”
They kept on looking at each other and after some time, were about to speak at the same time. So they just laughed. Their orders arrived and carried on with polite conversation while enjoying the view of the lake and the volcano.
“You left without saying goodbye. You broke my heart.”
“I’m really sorry. I didn’t mean to hurt you. Something tragic has happened, so we had to leave quickly.”
“What happened? You know you could always tell me.”
“It took me some time before I was on my feet again.”
“My dear Jessica, it’s so nice to see you again. It has been 8 years and a lot of things have happened to me, too.”
And just as Jessica was about to say something, Jack returned from the playground and asked his Mum if they could go home now.