The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

Woman in white dress standing facing the full moon

Her scars gleamed even in the dim moonlight. She traces a finger over the silvery imperfection. The vermiculate patterns are life-affirming reminders of times gone by, wrong routes that couldn’t be made right.

The deep-creased lines leave permanent wrinkles in the fabric of her soul — tales of collisions with the world, memories that poison her mind, some turbulent, convoluted, some tragic.



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Esther George

Writer • Dreamer • Storyteller • She writes about discovering and living your best life now because life is truly what you make it.