"I told you before: I don't know what you want from me, but please, leave my family alone."
I wrote this because the world could use more love. I wrote this in support of those in the LGBTQ+ community, including some of my family members.
I look at the sides of this path and see many sand dunes. Now I was in the desert... somehow. I keep walking down the path, and every so often I see a body or two laying there in the sand. Sometimes a scorpion crawls on them. Eventually I come to a sign and it says, "Love thy neighbor." Oddly enough, I haven't seen anyone else on the path. Okay, I should say that I haven't seen anyone alive on the path, but whatever. What are you gonna do? Sue me? Ha! Good luck with that.
"Wake her up. Take the bag off her head." The priest commanded.
They led Jessie to Damian’s place and they found that Richard had the place surrounded with his men. They were all armed with machine guns and some had grenades. Jessie was already coming up with a plan in his head, when he saw something that caught his eye. Across the street, he thought he saw a woman. Before he could see her face, she disappeared in a sort of blue haze or a mist.
Maya and Dan were running on foot while Richard and his goons jumped in a black SUV. It didn’t take long for Richard to catch up to them. They chased them into an alley and blocked it off. Richard, Greg, and Toni got out of the car. Greg and Toni each grabbed a pipe that was lying on the ground. Maya and Dan nervously looked around for something to arm themselves with and each found something. Maya picked up a piece of pipe and Dan picked up a broken umbrella. Greg and Toni looked at each other and busted out laughing. Maya and Dan looked at each other and Maya nodded her head towards Dan’s weapon of choice. Dan said, “Oh. Right.” and he dropped the umbrella and picked up a wooden plank. “Now I’m ready,” he said. Maya put her hand on her face and groaned.