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Irish Twins

Silk raked against sore nipples as mom plodded back to bed.  Her lids crashed over bloodshot eyes.

His uninvited advance elicited growls he mistook for passion.   17 more words

Weekly Challenge Entries

Irish Twins - My Poem of the Day (08/26/14)

My Poem of the Day

(08/26/14)

Irish Twins

Sisters by blood

Sisters with love

Sisters that no distance destroys

Though tattered and torn

Aching and ailing… 100 more words

Poetry

3, 2 and under.

1) You will have spit up, pee, or wet dirt on you within minutes of changing your own clothes or theirs.

2) They always poop right after getting a bath. 271 more words

Irish Twins

There must be something in the water here in Australia. Everywhere we turn, we’re greeted by babies and pregnancy announcements. Quite a few of our family and friends are having Baby Number Three! 168 more words

Alison Rodericks

A New Year

Has it been a year already? I can’t even begin to explain how many times in the past year I thought to myself I have to start blogging again. 281 more words

When We Were Young - My ThrowBack Thursday Poem of the Day (07/17/14) #2

 

ThrowBack Thursday Poem of the Day

(07/17/14)

When We Were Young

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When we were young

We use to stay up all night telling stories… 232 more words

Poetry

Out of Frustration...

Frus-tra-tion
noun

the feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of inability to change or achieve something.

Example: “I sometimes feel like screaming with frustration” 499 more words

Life