She stood like a stiff board As the men carried the box To it’s restful place. Drapped on top of the pearl box laid a flag adorned with Stars and stripes. The flag took her father’s place, no more daddy dances nor fishing with him. Many shake her hand, not one hold on too long, … Continue reading

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Ring, Ring, Ring for three hours that’s what I hear. Others murmur about their days, or gossip about one another while they wait for a ‘Hello.’ Time to time that stranger is invested in my voice, for the company. Rejection after rejection hollows me out. I leave the shift wearing my failure. Featured Image. Continue reading