Have you ever been so enamored with a short story that you just couldn't forget it? I have a few that stick with me. The Short, Happy Life of Francis McComber by Ernest Hemingway (I absolutely love how the title works with the feel of the story) Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway (Accurately portrays how humans try to cover over guilt) The Carriage House by Gogol (Very funny and witty, with a good moral) There was also a Stephen King short story about a man who dies and has to make a choice to live his life over again or go to an uncertain destination. I forget the title, but the concept stuck with me. Anyway, let's hear yours.