Prose: Blame – ‘A Reason for why you’re not wrong’ – 07/06/21

I’ll admit it. It’s human nature; I’ve been known to gear my poor decisions, my poor judgements onto others, to events, to differing reasons – blame, blame anyone else but myself, I’ve been there, haven’t you? At these times, couldn’t I have acknowledged that voice I hushed inside that we all occasionally stifle away, desperately want to hide, which wants to scream, “You, you are wrong, surely you can admit it this time?” [...]

Prose: Attraction – So Sweetly – 03/06/21

The wind is howling; dashing gentlemen have gone away. Perturbed though I am, I did not wish that they could stay. For their presence was an encumbrance, they meddled with my mind, seems boisterous fo determine, my disinterest easy to find. I wished I could have run, screaming through the fields, because I was not made for manufactured love, bottled, predated, stamped illegally as a pull, begrudgingly made a deal. [...]