25 letters challenge and same sex marriage

First off let me tell you I have been sick so that I haven’t been  writing but I’m better now so here I am.  To get inspired I went to the daily post blog and found a cool prompt.

The prompt is  the following; There are 26 letters in the English language, and we need every single one of them. Want proof? Choose a letter and write a blog post without using it. (Feeling really brave? Make it a vowel!)  I choose “Y”   so from this —-> point on I will not use that letter in this post.

Can I do it?  we will see.

I don’t watch the news that much  or keep with that stuff so I’m the last to know almost all the time.  About a week ago I found out that on the sixth of this month the most amazing thing in  the  world happened  the state of Florida (where I live) made same sex marriage legal!

This is great news for  some friends of mine! On a personal level however I’m not looking to get married. If I did chances are it would be to a man but you never know who you fall in love with and  it’s nice to now be able to get married to whomever you love.

However I digress  the point I’m making is this change  means that we as a people, as human being, are taking one step closer to treating all people as equals with equal rights. That is the ultimate  dream.

So what do you think? Did I meet the challenge, did I use the letter from where I said I wouldn’t use it?

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An Un-love story: A Haiku

  • We met from afar.
  • Like fireworks, we fell in love.
  • First love pure and sweet.
  • His love flipped my world
  •  he my prince, I his princess
  • our love  forever.
  •  suddenly he’d gone
  • sharp and fast as lightning
  • to another’s  arms.
  • He left me broken
  • My heart shattered to pieces.
  • I hate him,  and still
  • It’s love that I feel
  •  He’s moved on with something blond
  • I breath and live on!