I'm warning you before you read my story: It won't end well.
// submission for deep confession contest //
I never was a perfect daughter Most probably never will be...
She keeps asking me why daddy doesn't come home, and it's getting harder and harder every time.
You might be gone, but I know you're always by my side.
Shes shed a lot of tears these last few years. || 111 words in length, memoir about growing up trans. Not a comic like my older ones, but short and sweet like them.
Tale of a mother and her daughter. the hardship a mother goes through to feed her child.....
I was only 5 when I lost my mother. (Inspired by today's prompt: eternal. A story from the view of a girl who lost her mother to suicide. *May be triggering*.)
This is little bit I wrote based off the prompt POP. Not sure if it will turn into something more but it was fun to write :)
It started as a poem about my last love and ended as a letter to my daughter.
I couldn't reach deeper than this right now.
A tender what if... moment between Annabeth, Percy, and their toddler daughter.
A poem inspired by my children and today's prompt. And it also happens to be my youngest daughter's birthday ❤
Based off a real woman’s story during the Titanic.
She Wore A Smile. She Laughed With The Friends She Made. But Still, She Couldn’t Help But Let The Tears Fall.
Just a little something I felt inspired to write based off the prompt and the day I had. I may have put myself in this story lol
If you don't agree with the wolves, rise up and lead the pack.
I always hated to see you cry. I hated the helplessness of not being able to take away your hurt.
A groom's thoughts as he waits for his bride at the altar.