Tag Archives: creative writing

Breaking My Own Heart

A poem in the works: I have broken my own heart so many times I no longer trust myself to love. I’ve spent years learning what it takes to unravel my love and then I am guilty of tolerating people … Continue reading

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Heaven

She found Heaven in his eyes so she stripped herself naked and became a planet in his universe. As if by magic – really it was love – everything aligned easily within the shifting of their universe. Love was easy … Continue reading

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A Rape Victim’s Memory

She knows there are some things a body must forget like the feel of a stranger’s hand prying knees apart like a stubborn door whose hinges scream out for oil or the rancid smell of breath brushing her neck, presenting … Continue reading

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The Phone Call

She thinks, I wonder if her knew before he left. I mean, did he have any idea before he left the house that day. Did he know that he would murder a mother’s soul, an unknowing mother who always knew? … Continue reading

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He Knew. She Knew.

Spring The day she saw him in the park she knew. but don’t all women? He asked to photograph her. Wanted to take her picture. Just one—he pleaded. She paused       not because he was a stranger but because his smile  … Continue reading

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A Pain to Swallow Your Own

The silence was enough to drive us all mad. It would have too if we had not finally stopped breathing. It echoed in our brains, this forlorn silence, as we felt the blood draining from our bodies. They would say … Continue reading

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Empty Spaces

Last night I dreamed that I was in my grandmother’s house, a place I no longer go since she passed away. I was staring out the kitchen window. Someone I recognized in the dream, but not when I woke up, … Continue reading

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Dear Father

The illusion shattered like broken glass & the shards lay exposed. You didn’t love me. I went through life being cut by the lies & rejection that was your love. Love should have come natural but somehow it never came … Continue reading

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The Taste of Your Words

Can we make a trade, my words for yours? Not just a conversation; we don’t need words to speak. We have brief glances that transform the air around us into longing. We have the brush of your finger against my … Continue reading

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Jessie Mae– Installment Two

The sudden chiming of bells startled him. Looking back out the windows, he saw that Jessie Mae was no longer standing where she’d been before. He at first ignored the doorbell thinking it must be her at his door, but … Continue reading

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