Comments Posted By Arlee Bird

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shield

the shield was the only thing that kept him from getting injured. The arrows hailed furiously all around him as hunkered behind his shield.

» Posted By arlee bird On 11.04.2009 @ 4:14 pm

arrow

the arrow arced through the air and nearly missed me. I groveled up the side of a dirt bank and threw myself over to the other side. Carefully edging the top of my head over

» Posted By Arlee Bird On 10.30.2009 @ 3:32 pm

scissors

i took the scissors on my desk and began cutting. The pile of letters from the old sweetheart were like bad memories that needed to be exorcised.

» Posted By arlee bird On 10.29.2009 @ 5:45 pm

shoes

my shoes were a little too tight and it felt like something was inside on the sole, like a bump. It was uncomfortable and I tried my best to walk normally.

» Posted By arlee bird On 10.28.2009 @ 3:38 pm

aspect

what aspect of life do I consider to be most impostant? What about our relationship to God? I we relate well to God, our Creator, then we are probably relating well with those around us.

» Posted By Arlee Bird On 10.23.2009 @ 1:55 pm

one aspect of my life that disappoints me right now is that I stuck in this box. I don’t even know how I got here, but here I. Trapped day by day and never going anywhere.

» Posted By Arlee Bird On 10.22.2009 @ 11:02 am

stall

“Don’t stall on me,” I muttered to myself as the engine sputtered. I pressed the accelarator pedal gently trying not to give the car too much gas. The engine hesitated and then stopped. I was stalled in the middle of one the busiest streets in the height of traffic. I turned the ignition and tried to crank the engine, but no luck. Damn, it was hot and my forehead began to perspire. Trying the ignition again with no luck, I looked in my rearview mirror. The guy in the car behind seemed to be calmly waiting. He looked like a businessman on his way home perhaps. The driver behind him was not so patient. That driver honked his horn a couple of short blasts and then just layed into the horn. Like a baby crying in a crowded nursery, he got other drivers to start honking their horns.

» Posted By Arlee Bird On 10.21.2009 @ 4:24 pm

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