There’s a planet, Renee, tucked away – at the verge of the milky way.
It outshines the surrounding stars; trying, in vain, to summon her home.
I’ve been playing with American Sentences lately – too much fun!
Naked, sweating, entwined, there are no secrets between us anymore.
I place pen to paper, I wait for inspiration; I wait, I wait.
Staring into your eyes across the table… Like looking at the sun…
What? Another ultimatum? Really? You like this game this much?
My Manuscript, Final Draft
My blood – You see it there between the lines? Does it add to the story?
It was written in a little less than 25 minutes total.
The prompt this week was:
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Fabricated creations and other matter
Reinventing the Tagline One Existential Crisis at a Time
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