I’m like a flower.
You picked me
and you loved me,
but after a while,
you forgot to water me
and I was dying, literally,
for you to come back.
To give me some water,
but I started wilting…
and you finally noticed
that you forgot about me,
but now, though,
I was lifeless, dead.
So you threw me away.
Written By: JCW
Copyright: April 16, 2016
Photograph By: JCW
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I Married a Psycho Series
“Bella are you packed…”
“Yes, Mama…Mama the phone is ringing.”
“Sweetie will you please grab it for me…I’m out on the porch.”
“Hello, Daddy. Why not… okay, I will go and get her.”
“Mama, it’s Daddy, he wants to talk to you.”
“Jack, when will you be home…Bella and I are ready and waiting for you. What do you mean you’re in Twin Pines…I thought you were at work and then coming home to pick us up…we are all supposed to go there together…as a mini vacation. Or did you forget!”
“Mama, don’t cry.”
“Hysterical…I’m not being hysterical. I can’t believe you went without us. How could you and what am I supposed to tell Bella, Jack!”
I looked over towards the doorway. All was silent now. My heart broke, as I watched my only daughter, as tears as big as crocodiles, spilled down her cheeks.
Written By: Ask Ms Mandi
Copyright February 2016
Excerpt from Manuscript – Dear Paxton
She was so excited to see his precious face that she could hardly stand to sit in the truck for another moment.
Quickly, she rolled down her window to get some fresh air when she saw him, standing outside waiting. He was standing next to a white wooded garage, kicking gravel, biting down on his lower lip. He looked preoccupied and incredibly sexy, standing there, wearing a heavy army jacket and smoking a cigarette.
His hair was quite a bit longer than the last time she had seen him, but he looked the same, only better. His face was relaxed and unshaven. He looked so innocent and vulnerable, but she knew him better than that. Her feelings where mixed. He had loved her so much, but had hurt her so deeply at the same time. They had only known each other for two years, but she had experienced so much pain with this man. Her heart was still mending, but now that she saw him, all the love she had pushed aside came rushing back with full force.
Tom had barely turned into the gravel driveway before Lisa was out of the truck, flying into Cole’s arms. Oh, the strength in those arms was incredible. All the memories came rushing back. Their lips met, melting her heart. He kissed her with full force. Lisa was home.
Written By: Ask Ms Mandi
I am washed away into a whirlpool of death.
I was in a merciless hurtful daze.
I heard my dad yell my mom’s name,
and I dizzily walked out of my room.
I gazed down at the blood drops on the floor.
I screamed twice.
Two high pitched ear piercing screams.
At first I thought it was my dad that had gotten hurt,
but then screaming thoughts raced through my mind.
KODAK! My poor puppy, only 6 months old.
Gallons of tears streamed down my face.
Is this a dream?
We speed down the road, driving to the vet.
My dad’s assurances warmed my heart. Hope swelled through my body.
But… No! There was no hope; she was gone.
And what I experienced after