Worth Changing

Today’s writing prompt over at dVerse  is to write and Alphabet Sestet. For example: Choose a 6 letter sequence in the alphabet, for example A-B-C-D-E-F or perhaps  J-K-L-M-N-O. Those letters, in that sequence, are the first letters of the first words in each corresponding line — as in line 1 starts with a word that begins with J; line 2 starts with a word that begins with K; line 3 with L; line 4 with M; line 5 with N; line 6 with O.


As I sit in some nameless

Bar, sipping my first (third?)

Cosmopolitan, I remember the

Day you left and changed

Everything worth changing

Forever — and I thank you for that.

 

 

SusanWritesPrecise/Susan Marie Shuman
Cyprus.com

Author: The Abject Muse

Susan Marie Shuman is an author and freelance writer/editor who currently resides in the wilds of Birmingham, AL. She shares her life with four spoiled cats, several friends (not all of them imaginary) one husband and one step-son. When she's not working, Susan enjoys horseback riding, reading, taking her cats for a spin in their pet stroller, and taking naps. An ex-bartender, recovering crash test dummy and all-around late bloomer, Susan graduated from the University of South Alabama in 2004 with a BA in English. She minored in Russian. Long-range goals include visiting Israel, the Czech Republic and Liechtenstein. Susan is also planning to launch a micronation which would be called either Suzannistan or Eastern Suzanorovia.

30 thoughts

  1. As I sit in some Nameless
    bar…..and there it is in the photo! Love it!
    A cosmopolitan is always a wondrous sip — and here’s to the leavings that become beginnings!
    So glad you posted to the prompt!

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