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LIFELINE POETRY CHALLENGE #4

70% Is Not Good Enough

A crossroads between divorce and self-respect

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

It was a Tuesday evening,
the sun setting over the calm lake.
He came home hours late after work.
“Something came up,” he uttered under his fishy breath.

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Ellie Jacobson

Ellie Jacobson

Flint & Steel editor | Freelance editor at Flash Fiction Magazine | MFA candidate writing first novel | mom to 2 rescue kitties, 2 teenage sons & many plants.

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