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Frederick for the Win

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Julia wanted to find her soul mate, believing in possibilities of having a warm body to snuggle up to at night. And the relaxation of running her fingers through their hair while reading an intriguing mystery. She desired someone to fetch her paper and slippers in the morning. She smiled at thoughts of being adored while going on long walks, taking in nature together. On the way home after yet another dead-end coffee shop meetup with a stranger, she saw the cutest fluffy pooch. Julia’s eyes lit up and she went inside the pet adoption center and found Frederick, a rusty colored mutt, and fell in love without feeling she improvised.


This is my Six Sentence Story for the week. You can go to THIS LINK to see more.

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Missed Connection

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Missed Connection

Her penny red hair stood out almost as vivid as her bright green eyes.

She was in line for the telephone booth when a young man bumped into her.

“So sorry, miss, my feet are both pointed left.”

Chuckling, she nodded and proceeded to wait.

“Mind if I ask you why such a fine specimen is waiting in a line?”

Grimacing, she looked him straight in the eye, “I am hardly a specimen as in an experiment or lab, but a woman seeking a job, just like many other of us, and, by the way, I need to make my connection, now.”

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And that’s my Six Sentence Story for this week. You can participate by going to: Girlie on the Edge

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Walk On

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Walk On

walking floors with anticipation
all her life will soon be changed
little feet will walk, then run
keeping pace with life’s adventures
onward stepping one by one
never leaving days undone

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And there you have it! This is my six line poem in step with this weeks Six Sentence Story where You Can Participate by going to this LINK