Dear Ex Girlfriends

Tennessee Gilmore left a will to three women in his past life, that made him who was today. Tennessee wasn't dead, but he wanted to grant these women a piece of the old him, introducing the new him that they help mold and create. There were no hard feelings now, but back then everyone was... Continue Reading →

“A Scorned Woman’s Cry” by A.Dakala

Windows of Grace for some are based on their lack luster opportunities to take from others. Germination of a bruised seed, sometimes blossoms a lost soul. A tongue stained from years of lies, becomes embedded like herpes; that you can't get rid of. Talking to a therapist is just someone willing to listen to the... Continue Reading →

“Just when I needed God” by A. Dakala

Due to the pandemic and after fourteen years of service at my job, this morning the President of the company called for an staff meeting early this morning. I noticed that some of the top managers were not present. Today was the day, the company was shutting it's doors and moving operations to Ontario California.... Continue Reading →

“Beez in the Trap”

Anytime I go out of town to pick up work for my trappers, I always ride by my neighborhood first to make sure there's no undercover cop cars watching in the dark before I go home. This particular night, I decided to stay in a hotel a mile from my house and get up early... Continue Reading →

“Desperate Housewives” A. Dakala

     Four educated, beautiful, and intelligent women who met at a local book club married the men of their dreams and lived the life they all dream of. Megan, Alisha, Cathy, and Samantha, all four were real housewives giving up their own careers to support their husband’s dreams, which in returned created multi-million-dollar businesses. All... Continue Reading →

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