Red Roses by Hazel Campbell

Prompt: She never wanted it anyway | Wordcount: 300 | Genre:

For Bartel, flowers, especially roses were magical.  He couldn’t look at a rose with its perfection and not feel enchanted.

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She Dared To Live by Michael Reyneke

Prompt: She Never Wanted It Anyway | Word Count: 300 | Genre: Fantasy

The wind, the wind is blowing.

Samantha staggers to her grave and collapses. “I must be the only ghost that staggers and collapses.”

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She Never Wanted IT Anyway by Joyce Finny

Prompt: A New Life  |  Genre: Drama  |  Word count: 307

Sensitive reader warning: Disturbing content

I was suddenly jolted out of my reverie.

“Hey you! We are talking to you only! What, you think you come from heaven or something?”

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The Rings that Bind by Moira le Roux

Prompt: She didn’t want it anyway | Word count 300 words | Genre: Fiction

I walked along the shore on my way to Dalebrook tidal pool.

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Dream Interview by Jeff Mauser

Prompt: She never wanted it anyway | Word count: 300 | Genre: Memoir

“She never wanted it anyway.  I’ve always felt that way.  She saw the pregnancy as a way out of her dysfunctional home life.  Then, the divorce she only saw her as additional income.”

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The Yellow House by Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait

Prompt: She never wanted it anyway | Word count: story 300 words exactly | Genre:

She walked passed the house almost everyday. Tears would roll down her rosy cheeks as she leaned against the white lattice fence, staring up to the front porch.

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Unwelcome upgrade by Michael James

Prompt:  She never wanted it anyway | Word count: 300 | Genre: Short Story

Warning: 2 instances of profanity

I like the feel of unfiltered thrusting. You get used to the hard feedback from the stick, and the little jitter just before something fails.

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