siblings

Siblings are the only enemy you can't live without.

  • Joshua Belliel
    Published 3 days ago
    Addict Apologies

    Addict Apologies

    Brother, I'm sure this means very little to you at this point. I crossed lines and burnt a bridge. A bridge that is very important to me. However, I must apologize. Apologize: a word that doesn't even come close to what I want to give you. What I owe you. I love and appreciate you more thank you will ever know. You're the hero. The true definition of a man in these wicked days. You have given me so much. You were there for me. I look up to you. Since my very first memories of you, I've looked up to you. For me to throw things away like I did was not only childish and disgusting, but sad and pathetic. An outburst for the ages.
  • Taysia Levy
    Published 19 days ago
    Don't take your siblings for granted
  • Toni Tails
    Published 20 days ago
    Preschool Warrior Princess

    Preschool Warrior Princess

    When I was four-years-old, my family lived in an Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi. Townhouses lined up side-by-side in our neighborhood. Every house was a different color. It was like living in a box of crayons.
  • kynslees kloset
    Published about a month ago
    To My Sister

    To My Sister

    I’m not even sure how to start this off so please bare with me on this.
  • Jada Smith
    Published about a month ago
    Becoming a Big Sister

    Becoming a Big Sister

    Becoming a Big Sister
  • Lisa Melo
    Published 2 months ago
    In Search of My Siblings

    In Search of My Siblings

    I have always been the only child for my mom. I didn’t grow up with my dad and only had a chance to see him once, 21 years ago when I was already 27 years. My mom got pregnant of me after being married for only 6 months, and she divorced him right after. He found out about me months later. They never allowed me to see my father or let him near me. At the time of our first and only encounter, he mentioned that I had a sister and two brothers, and told me their names.
  • Theresa Rose
    Published 2 months ago
    Lucky Charms & Chicken Gizzards

    Lucky Charms & Chicken Gizzards

    The almond milk slowly tumbled out of the spout of the carton and onto the organic, gluten-free oat clusters. The days of cow’s milk, sugar-coated cereal, and Tang are far behind me, but the ritual will inevitably trigger a flashback of nostalgic memories.
  • Rebekah Battle
    Published 4 months ago
    How to Hate Your Life...

    How to Hate Your Life...

    "I hate my life! I hate my life! I want to get out! I want all of this to end!" I screamed angrily into my pillow. It was not a loud scream, but a soft one with all the ferociousness and intensity from my body of a loud one... I do not have the privilege of letting out my frustrations for the neighbor and their dog to hear.
  • Kota Wolfe
    Published 6 months ago
    Missing Sister Found!

    Missing Sister Found!

    Today I went out with family! Mom found my sister who was missing for months, and we decided to celebrate. She was not hurt, she was a bit dirty and looked like she had been hiding on the streets and stuff. Mom is gonna take her to get checked, and get her new clothes and stuff, and get her set up with an apartment!
  • Lucinda Koza
    Published 6 months ago
    Brainstorm, Now Earthquake

    Brainstorm, Now Earthquake

    For the first time in my life, I can feel myself aging.
  • Mark Lampkin
    Published 6 months ago
    You Can't Fix What You Didn't Break

    You Can't Fix What You Didn't Break

    The closing of the year 2018 could not come soon enough. It had been a good year. It had been a challenging year. It had been a year of tremendous highs and of deep and sorrowful lows.
  • Jeremy Morantz
    Published 7 months ago
    No Offence, Benedict Cumberbatch

    No Offence, Benedict Cumberbatch

    Pop-culture glorifies the autism spectrum disorder. In mainstream media, it’s as if autism is merely a socially awkward disorder compensated for by gifted genius. Think Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man, Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory, and Benedict Cumberbatch in everything. Admittedly, Rain Man is a good movie and The Big Bang Theory is my favourite guilty pleasure—not ashamed… okay, a little ashamed—but autism is grossly misrepresented in these depictions, at least in my experience.