She was left swaying to her own music, intent on feeling the rhythm of days past, the movement, his sensuous touch, dismissing her pain of abandonment. While dancing with her memories he disappeared into her past. Read more dancing stories at https://patriciasplace.me/2019/01/16/in-other-words-dancing/
Leftovers is the prompt from Patricia’s Place In Other Words challenge this week. See more ‘leftover’ stories of 5 lines or less at https://patriciasplace.me/2017/12/27/in-other-words-leftovers/ Left Over Leftovers It was a sandwich of Brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes and what was left of the cranberry sauce. He didn’t want it. Nor did she. But Wally the Rottweiler downed… Continue reading In Other Words, Leftovers.
Elf is the prompt today from In Other Words. Check out more stories or poems that are told in 5 lines or less at https://patriciasplace.me/2017/12/13/in-other-words-elf/ “Why am I so small?” asked the young elf. “Who says you’re small?” the wise elf… Continue reading Elfs Wonder Why?
Patricia’s Place prompt in today’s ‘in other words’ is Vacation. My feeble attempt at the task is below, but find far better ones at https://patriciasplace.me/2017/08/02/in-other-words-vacation/. What is this? Heading to mountains and shores to get away, explore and restore hoping for needed rejuvenation is this what they call a vacation?
This is my contribution to Patricia’s Place In Other Words with the prompt ‘Vows’. See more at https://patriciasplace.me/2017/06/28/in-other-words-vows/ Vows The vows were exchanged, and were so bold. They promised a wide range filled with hope to hold. We wait to see if these exchanged vows so bold, Can bridge the range and really hold.… Continue reading In Other Words–Vows
She picked the freshest fruit because of its fresh taste, while ignoring the fresh remarks from the fresh fellow. Heading home she enjoyed the fresh smell of freshly cut grass, knowing she would need to refresh herself to avoid any unfresh body odor. My contribution to Patricia’s Place weekly challenge In Other Words–Fresh https://patriciasplace.me/2017/05/24/in-other-words-fresh/
“But I don’t want to be different,” wails the 14-year-old. “I want to look different, but not too much,” says the 32-year-old. “It’s obvious that I am different,” brags the 54-year-old. “Am I different? Who gives a damn?” asks the 71-year-old. More short stories at: https://patriciasplace.me/2017/04/05/in-other-words-different/ .
I don’t have a lot of answer’s for Patricia’s questions, but once more I am reminded that discrimination against women continues to be alive even if subliminal. https://patriciasplace.me/2016/05/08/the-beauty-of-women/#comment-21733