Monthly Archives: June 2015

The End of the Misery — (non-fiction) Slightly Long Story

I woke up to a beautiful morning. I had plans later that afternoon I was looking forward to. A, my husband, asked me,”If I wanted to go get me a new car?” I was so excited that the fact that he … Continue reading

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Groupthink by Michelle W (prompt)

Write a post that includes dialogue between two people — other than you. (For more of a challenge, try three or more people.) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Daddy I am pregnant! Kay you are only 17 years old! I don’t know how it … Continue reading

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Daddy Dearest’s Angst (non-fiction)

My now ex-husband, we were married at the time of this story, was a real pain in the ass at times. He made up this rule that I had to be home every night while he was working so he … Continue reading

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Fulfillment – a poem (Haiku)

Fulfillment written by Teresa Dean Smeigh 2015 Fulfilment is sweet. Happiness is not the same. Bipolar controlled!

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Babies (poem – Haiku)

Babies – By Teresa Dean Smeigh 2015 Babies smell so sweet Until moments just before An event ensues.

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Prompt – Poem – {I find strength in . . . }

Prompt {I find strength in . . . } ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By Teresa Dean Smeigh 2015 I find strength in God above. I find strength in all living things. I find strength in my family’s love. I find strength in an … Continue reading

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