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Because it’s your Birthday

“Hey you!” Simon was currently busy rushing home to be with his sweet wife, turn to look toward the bushes where the voice came from….

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12-words story #007: Candlelights 2

You dare challenge me? Music and candlelights? Ha! Where? I’ll be there. …Read here for part 1 Happy Valentines! 🥰 Copyright © All rights reserved. Like my…

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12-words story #006: Candlelights 1

I challenge you! You, me, music and candlelights. What do you say?

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timeless
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Timeless

I’ve never heard what angels sound like, but if I’m to explain it, the girl that sings with such soothing voice sounds just like one….

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beautiful tears
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Short Saturday

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99 words prompt #3

“Who want avocado?” I asked one day.
My husband smiled. I already expected it when he joked, “Ah that tasteless fruit?”
I used to have friendly banter with him about it. Avocado is one of my favorite fruits. I won’t let anyone make fun of it. However, today I only made a face…

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I'm addicted
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I’m an addict!

Yes sir, I am! And if that’s a crime then arrest me because I won’t let go of this drug! A substance called writing. 😁…

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12-words story #005

I hate having weaknesses, but I am what am because of it.

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Special Sunday

Makulit is a Tagalog word for bothersome. But unlike bothersome, makulit is use with endearment for friends and family. Simon over at Penning Thoughts is…

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Word challenge: Pique

You know the feeling when everything seems meaningless? Have you ever felt it?

I’m a healthy nineteen-year-old boy, wait, a handsome nineteen-year-old Filipino man, hehe, and that’s exactly what I was feeling when a chicken gave me “the look” I’m not joking!

I was sitting on the park bench watching people skittering from each other and give that awkward smile. Social distancing has made a lot of people paranoid, even a loner like me want to cringe at how uncomfortable everyone…

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Tonight and forever
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Tonight and forever

I’ve always look at the brightness of the sun, watching it rise and set on the horizon with satisfaction, yet tonight with her beside me, her…

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Six words story #002

Simple moments are time worth treasuring.

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