Tag Archives: freedom

Microfiction challenge #15: Freedom

Image: Ilya Repin The priest had woken her just before dawn urging her to be ready. It was the day, the day they made their escape into freedom. For months she had languished in the basement hiding for fear of … Continue reading

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Moral Mondays: “Freedom is a state of mind”

After all those years he stepped away. It wasn’t easy. He thought he’d explained the notion of their use by date being well past. But she was relentless. Tried every trick in the book to discredit him, spread rumours to … Continue reading

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Poetry Prompt Wednesday #13 – Freedom

This week’s task is to write a “freedom” poem Is it worth it? The question asked so many times The struggle to escape my tormentor To break away Forge an identity A life away from humiliation. Its priceless I retorted … Continue reading

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Shackles

Shackles It had been a good day. By his own standards it had been a good day. Not too much stress. Just enough productivity. But still he worried about what might happen tomorrow. He knew he was trapped. That matter … Continue reading

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