Detergent Memories

via Daily Prompt: Fragrance She was walking down a supermarket aisle, shopping cart loaded with groceries and other home necessities. She was almost done. Only the cleaning supplies were left to be picked up. She stopped before a display of detergents and automatically reached for the same detergent she had been using for years, when…

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Motherhood

  Do you know, Darling child of mine, That no matter however much, I may be crossed with you, That no matter how many times, You may throw your tantrum fits, That no matter how many times, You may wreck the room, That no matter however much, May I be troubled and wearied, It’s at…

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My Forever And Always

Originally posted on Candles Online:
We lay on the grass, Our hands firmly enclasped. ? That wetness between the verdant blades, Making silken lines on your bonny face, The faint fragrance of first rain, Wafting through the June air. ? This moment, our ‘now’, I wish I could break all the clocks, On the earth…

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Guest Post Fridays: Sleeping Child

YuhuTama YuhuBlogger I wished to sing to a child, my child, and make him enter the realm of blissful slumber, in my arms. I wished to watch him as he sleeps, To wait patiently for the moments of his smiles and frowns. Oh what a joy would it be, to see a part of myself,…

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