99 words Prompt – Mom – Thanks Bad Mom

May 9, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a mom selfie — a story that creates an image of a mom. No one mom looks alike or fits a maternal mold. Who is she? Go where the prompt leads!Submit by May 15, 2022. If you want to be published in the weekly collection, please use the form. The Collection publishes on the Wednesday following the next Challenge. Rules & Guidelines.

Submit by May 15, 2022. If you want to be published in the weekly collection, please use the form. The Collection publishes on the Wednesday following the next Challenge. Rules & Guidelines.

Thanks Bad Mom

She was the light, the light of happiness, the light that gave everything I wanted, in simple words I saw heaven.

When there was light, there is dark too, it had over powered the light, at certain point the bright days became just a memory. The darker days gave me scars of mental health, the days I wished I died and regret having you, only I know how much I wanted to grow up and escape from you. Despite of all the flaws you are still my Mom, I won’t forgive you, but thank you for making me stronger.

The End.

9 thoughts on “99 words Prompt – Mom – Thanks Bad Mom

  1. The title of this piece made me smile but it didn’t take long for my smile to fade. In a few short words you went from beauty to darkness. This was a powerful little story and thank you for sharing it. Hopefully those dark days are fewer now than they were in the past.

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  2. I say he lives alone Nd got used to it, she still is dramatic, and avoid situations that he knew it’ll end up dark. thanks for reading 🥰🙂

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  3. No I have a Narcissistic one 😅 i don’t live with them, but they still are my best tried their best to raise me good. As you said parenting doesn’t come with a handbook ofcourse, I’m a father of twin boys and I realised it very soon they came in my hand. ☺️ thanks for reading dear 💝🤗 have a good day😍

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