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Ask yourself, what makes a villain? Is it a skewed moral code or lack thereof completely? Is it the motivation of darkness burning within their soul or is it how they choose to embrace it? To get what their black hearts desire, they may have to give in to temptation and consume the light coming their way.
Follow your favorite villains as they finally get a chance to unveil their side of the story. You may find the heroines painted a bit more vexing than you recall. As you take this journey, allow your mind to remain open and your thoughts might just surprise you.
You may find, you’re a villain, too.
We won’t judge you, if you don’t judge us.
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10. Put off until tomorrow practicing yoga or meditation.
9. Sleep all day.
8. Worry about everything and anything that runs through my mind.
7. Procrastinate on everything, important or not.
6. Forget to look for joy in simple things.
5. Speak unkind to my children; after all they know what to do that bothers me.
4. Stay in my bed clothes because I have nowhere I want to go.
3. Resent my family for trying to help me. They don’t understand.
2. Stop taking my medication correctly. It isn’t helping obviously.
1. Fall into despair and allow myself to ponder suicide. I am never going to be happy and I am no good to the ones I love.
0. Blackness, darkness, misery. My countdown to my sad life.
Written for Yeah Write 391.
It was the right time to leave.
Hindsight makes me a genius.
An expert in the art of sadness.
I’ve analysed the day I walked out.
Spent hours trying to decipher our love.
It was the right time to leave.
Still, it hurts just the same.
This was a prompt for Yeah Write – Challenge # 389
I recently had the pleasure of The Mystic Blue Review publishing 4 of my poems for Issue 5. I was estatic of course.
You can click on the link above to be taken to their home page and from there, their magazine is free to download. My poems begin on page 85 although I highly recommend reading the entire journal.
My poems are:. Unhinged, Memory’s Cliche, Twelve Steps Ahead, and Dear Josie.
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