She looked at the husband, the guy who had stole her heart so many years ago, and she knew that he would always feel like home. Written for the Three Things Challenge #144 from Pensitivity 101: home, guy. look.
I looked through the glass in the window, Watching the beautiful robin alight. The leaf swayed under its weight, And everything in life just felt right! Nature was doing its wondrous thing, And we all must do our part. Let's help the birds remain, By taking climate change to heart. Written for the Three Things... Continue Reading →
They aren't acting like blood brothers this evening, fighting over who received the nicer shirt from their mother for Christmas! What silliness! Written for the Three Things Challenge from Pensitivity 101: shirt, blood, evening.
Patty wanted to scream! As she watched the tanned man with the withered hand and an impish smile that belied his age attempt to release the elastic band on the box of copier paper with just enough flair to impress the younger female assistants, she so wanted to cave in and go do it herself!... Continue Reading →
Katie knew that her mother thought she was doing what was right for her precious daughter. But, she wrapped Katie in a bubble of fear, not allowing her to experience the real world, unlike the other children playing outside their windows. Some days, Katie wanted to scream at her mother to let her go outside... Continue Reading →
He was a little nerdy guy, With his ruler in his pocket. Every day he seemed so jittery, Like his hand was caught in a socket. Even with a pimple on his nose, His personality was awfully kind. So, I chased after him shamelessly, Determined to make him all mine. It was a brisk and... Continue Reading →
I won't rail against your betrayal, for it wouldn't do me any good. You won't change, as you have a broad definition of honesty in relationships that doesn't preclude you becoming smitten with other women. So, goodbye! You only get one time to break my heart! Silly me, if I allowed you to do it... Continue Reading →
Sam and Mary were playing pirates. They were pretending to be looking for booty in Sam's kitchen. All they found were some almonds, and they decided to write a note to his mother, demanding the almonds. Mary framed the letter, just as she thought a pirate would, asking Sam's mother to give up the almonds... Continue Reading →
The neon glow enveloped the city built by and for corporations. From a distance, it appeared as if a rocket from outer space had landed in the midst of the desert. From the balcony of his penthouse suite atop the tallest building, George Haskins, five feet and seven inches, blond haired, with the bloated face... Continue Reading →