100 Word Song – Ho Hey

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CiCi’s world began to spin. This didn’t fit. This wasn’t what she was told. She began to tear frantically through the photos – one after another, happy family; Mom, Dad, Baby Girl. Mom, Dad, Baby Girl. Folded in half at the end of the album was a letter. Worn, creased, discolored.

Lu, I love you. I will always love you. I am sorry.  You were never supposed to know. I thought we could be together forever. It was a foolish dream. Our paths crossed and my life changed forever. Please make sure Cecilia knows I will always love her.

 

This post was written for 100 word song. A meme where you have 7 days to write something, anything inspired by a specific song in 100 words or less. My story is a continuation of the post from last week. It’s fun to not be in control of where the story will go. I let the song take me where it shall. To read last weeks post, and the first installment of this story click here. I can’t thank Lance at My Blog Can Beat Up Your Blog enough, for pushing this writer to write. If you’d like a push too, all are warmly welcomed!

This weeks episode was based on the song “Ho Hey” by the Lumineers. Somewhat stuck in the 70’s I am often surprised by music in this decade that I find pleasing. Another good reason to play along.

 

 

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8 comments on “100 Word Song – Ho Hey”

    1. Thank you my sweet. It has been a scary ride writing fiction on my blog…but I love it so much, I’m gonna keep on keeping on. Great. Now the Brady Bunch is singing in my head.

  1. Hi Jen! I LOVE your new look on here! And I love this post too… Would you be interested in a writing project we started for May? It’s called “May is for All Women”. Check it out if you haven’t already ~ I’d love your creative contributions! 🙂 http://modernhippiemomma.blogspot.com/2013/04/may-is-for-all-women-project-post-1.html
    Thanks for participating @ “Showin’ Some LOVE Hump Day blog hop! See you next week! xo

    ❤ Amanda*

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