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Red's Diary (Night Thief)I could hear my own laughing, my own giggling. It was inspirational to the man who absolutely loved to tickle me. His smile was bright and his eyes were full of humor. I lunged for him knowing full well he would win, as he always did, despite the fact that he was far more ticklish then i'd ever be. "Okay, okay you win!" I said between laughter and breathlessness. He was so caught up in the game, he didn't hear me. "Make me some toast!" He bellowed, grabbing at my sides and then pinning me down to get to my feet. "No, hahahaha, no stop, okay you win, you win! I promise I won't tickle you back! Okay love!"
No, he didn't hear me. He was still laughing, and smiling and-
Suddenly I felt strange, in a few seconds my mood changed right before me. I was in a different place and time, one that I couldn't envision, understand, or even think about. I could only feel a strange and dark fear around me.
"STOP! STOP YOU'RE SCARING ME!" I exclaimed, shaking.
Jeremy's grip vanished f
Red's Diary (Finding Yourself Lost)My position still stands as the writer of the story, not yet the witness of it. That's only for the unsurfaced memories to determine, or the unknown to prove only a false idea.
I ran without understanding exactly where I was running, it was a quiet town.
When I stopped myself from losing my breath, I was nearly smacked into by the door of a small diner.
Of course, I saw it before I arrived, but my anticipation to get there had blurred the fifty-foot walk from my car to the entrance of the place. I couldn't feel anything but disorientated. The tables and chairs might as well have been upside down. The bartender could have been every shade of faceless. I told myself the last thing I was going to do was take suggestion from the lady next to me, who clearly spent every one of these late nights balancing her back-end on the feeble barstool. "You look a bit freaked, take a glass of whiskey or something girl, that'll calm you down."
When you can't find a place to think properly, a drunken wom
F e l l into Y o u I fell for you, slowly, softly,
I fell for you, fast, hard, dazed and confused.
stronger then the ocean when it's roaring towards the shore
sweeter then a pinch of sugar, your embrace only leaving me wanting you more
I fell for you young
I fell for you wise, then I was falling again, even
before I fell for you I fell for the idea of you in the depth of my mind.
I was stronger then you
I was wiser then you
I carried more patience
I had more hope
I could see beyond the obstacles you didn't think you could avoid.
but you took my strength and grew from it
my wisdom, you learned from it
my patience gave you grace
my hope w
The Pastor's Daughter (an Open Letter)Dear dad.
I want my medical bills paid for.
I'm not some 45 year old still living in my parent's basement who refuses to get a job, insisting that my parents do everything for me. I'm a "nearly"-18-year-old, not-even-able-to-live-on-her-own-financially-or-emotionally, teenager." Yes, I realize there's a lot of (slackers, wanna-bees, hypocrites,) out there, but it's more shameful when you're behind the pulpit. I have a mother who stayed home to raise me. Even if she worked full-time, as best she could possibly manage, she still wouldn't make enough to cover the bills I need paying for. If she wasn’t home for me when the Christian therapist I was going to weekly diagnosed me with suicidal depression, I don’t know what my ten-year-old body would have done. She was the only parent that fought for me and taught me that Love is unconditional. You taught me that love is the weekend, and it runs when it’s time for work on Monday.
You are my father, Your duty is to financ
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