Monthly Archives: February 2013

Our Story

She wrote thousands of words. Unlike most other times, it took very little effort. They flowed as quickly as her willowy fingers could scroll them over the page. She didn’t look them up or second-guess, she simply wrote and wrote … Continue reading

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Now Two

The cut on her finger hurts like a son of a bitch. One of those tiny slices so fine it’s almost invisible, but oh, it throbs and stings. As she squeezes the skin around it open and closed it moves like … Continue reading

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Small

Copyright © 2013 The Wrought Writer She wrapped herself in the crooks of looks and nooks of books, cloaked her face with hair misplaced, hid her smile, for a while, in the cover of much denial. She grew small it … Continue reading

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I Thought I Saw You

I thought I saw you once, reflecting in a clear glass window, plummeting in a thousand drops of rain, whispering under a weeping willow. You were in the scorch of a sun and the pale of a moon, in a … Continue reading

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