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First-Line Friday #230

A Promise for His Daughter

by Danielle Thorne

The rickety roof of a covered bridge emerged out of the morning mist as the Georgia highway narrowed.


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8 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #230”

  1. From OUT OF THE CLEAR BLUE SKY by Kristan Higgins: “Six months ago, if you had asked me what I thought I’d be doing today, the answer would NOT have been transporting a drugged skunk to the house where my soon-to-be-ex-husband lived with his much-younger fiancée.”

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  2. My first line comes fro Hope Beyond the Waves by Heidi Chiavaroli.
    Osterville, Massachusetts April, 1993

    I stand rigid, arms pinned to m6 sides as my mother wraps me in a loose hug in Gram’s foyer.

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