Written by Day Sibley

Untitled Ninety-three

Do you love me? There was a plea in your eyes a choking sob you caught in your throat. I always thought I would be the one to ask you those frightening questions of doubt insecurity. The plan was never for anyone to get hurt I’m sorry for the pain I will cause your heart. How cruel […]

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When You Get the Rejection Letter

Rejections, after Lauren Elma Frament   In a year of taking a break from submitting, I almost forgot how tedious sending your work to publications can be. You put blood, sweat and tears in revising your work to death before sending it out, and boom! You get the big “no”. Sending my pieces to lit. […]

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She Liked The Way They Died

She watches the sky a horrific shade of black air heavy with mortal screams. Her tail glitters ever shade of blue webbed claws sharp as razors emerged from the sea assembling herself onto an ice floe gazing at the dying subjects, sinking to the depths of the ocean. The mermaid snapped out of her trance, […]

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A Woman’s Worth

The greatest sin the world forbids a woman to do, is love herself. See, she is the wife before she is an  individual. The mother  who cares for herself last. Someone’s sister or aunt. She never belongs to herself. God forbid she does. — Day Sibley, A Woman’s Worth

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