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My Muse Went on Vacation But Didn’t Take Me

She abandoned me because I didn’t love her.

Photo by Sean Oulashin on Unsplash

I was sitting in my easy chair, wondering why I couldn’t write a word on the page. I thought about the cursor teasing me when a text message appeared on my phone. I looked at it with curiosity because an image was attached. Should I open it, I thought. It could be a virus waiting to pounce from the online bushes…




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Estacious(Charles White)

Estacious(Charles White)

I am a southern writer and teacher living in the midwest. I focus on education, poetry, and fiction. I am an award-winning playwright.

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