Trifextra Week 57: Abortion After Birth Don’t get me wrong; you is cute, but yo’ daddy took it, y’unnerstan’? I ain’t got nuthin’ against you personally but I jus’ can’t stand lookin’ at you ‘cuz you got his eyes. For Trifextra, Week 57. Share The Cave!EmailTwitterFacebookGoogleTumblrMoreRedditPinterestPocketLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related Post navigation Previous post Write 4 Ten, 1 March 2013: FamilyNext post Saturday Centus, Week 149: Boom 26 comments on “Trifextra Week 57: Abortion After Birth” Add yours → Comments are closed. You can not add new comments. Ohhhhhh I do know that feeling. Terrific rhythm, too. Thank you, Kymm! This stings, very good And unfortunately, too many kids have either heard, seen, or felt this very same thing. Thank’s Björn. edgy. I know from your bio this would be heartbreak city for you. It is a sad truth for some children. annbennett2.blogspot.com True–I’m no fan of kids (the fact that I am a mom is no less than an act of God, who sees more in me than I see in myself), but can’t stand seeing them mistreated. wow! Intense and deep. The name speaks volumes. The dialect perfect. Thank you, Barbara! It came to me yesterday but I didn’t have a chance to get it down 🙂 Wicked story title! A Dad by choice, I hate to see kids mistreated, too. Thanks for an intense 33 words. Thank you, Tom! Gotta watch reading prompts before my commute…37 miles one way is a lot of time to contemplate a story 🙂 Very good. Thank you, Deana! Agree love the title, 33 words capturing ‘rape’ (as I read it) was completely believable. To not be able to look at your child that was conceived without permission of any kind….to be reminded because of his eyes… this was well thought and written. Thank you, Jenny… Your description covers it. What a terrible thing to feel & say to a child-an innocent soul!My heart bled reading this poignant piece Andree’.Sharp & drove the point home,well done:-) Thank you–it is sometimes a very sad world in which we live, and as aspiring writers we must also address that underbelly of darkness… Ooo interesting piece! Yeah, went a bit dark on this one… Wow, this is really powerful. Very well written, though difficult to read. Great job with the prompt! Thank you, Suzanne 🙂 Rape? That’s much darker than how I read it at first. I thought that “took it” somehow meant “he was so good-looking but left me” or something. Well, anyway, it’s sad but well-done. I guess I’ve never heard anyone say he (or she) “took” all the beauty and didn’t leave any for anyone else, but that’s what I was thinking, somehow. Yes…”took” in this vernacular is usually used to indicate sex by force, or as I mentioned in a previous reply without concern for consequences (as in unprotected). Wow – 33 words – seemingly read out of a non-fiction book. Thank you, Kenya! That last line just breaks my heart. This is hard and so raw at the same time. Great job. Thank you, Christine. This was just how it came out…don’t know why… I guess Madame Muse was feeling pain for children that day.