YOUR WORDS

Daily Prompt: That Stings!

Franz Kafka said, “we ought to read only books that bite and sting us.” What’s the last thing you read that bit and stung you?

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Your words

Written were read

I felt important

I felt needed

I felt trusted

I felt loved

They were personal

They were promises

They were loving

They were emails

They were texts

They were…but now they’re not

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9 thoughts on “YOUR WORDS

  1. The last thing I read that bit and stung me was your poem on ‘Seams’ – The most challenging writing I can find to read is on line in blogs like yours and poets and writers like you.

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    • Comments like this one inspire me to write. I used to think these feelings and ideas would be a negative burden on anyone that read them but I have come to realize it helps me and maybe makes others feel less alone! Thank you for the beautiful encouragement.

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