Mini Challenge: Megan stared at the stain, horrified.
Megan stared at the stain, horrified.
Their relationship she’d glorified.
Everyone thought they were the perfect fit.
No one imagined that she he hit.
Now her wedding dress had a red stain,
To put an end to the daily pain.
Today’s the first day of her new life,
At least it won’t be as his new wife.
Megan stared at the stain, horrified. How could she have been so careless? She’d been working on this birthday project for weeks. Now it was ruined. Pictures of her great-grandparents were rare enough without spilling coffee on them. Grandma MaryAnn would never forgive her for ruining her treasured mementos.
“Megan, dear. This book is absolutely wonderful!” Grandma MaryAnn exclaimed. “Did I ever tell you about the time I spilled grape juice on Mother’s photo album?”
You poets are soooo deep, it takes me a while to truly understand what you are saying...but once I get it, I can only say wow! I really liked the compassion of the grandmother in the second story, too.