A friendship that would last forever?

Starting off with some image issues,
combined with a troubled youth.
Lot’s of competitive genes,
a dash of perfectionism.

Insecurities, commitmentphobia, wrong self-image,
high intelligence and a feisty personality.
A good sense of humor, high sensitivity
a sharp tongue, a load of sarcasm.

Bottled up fear, a sense of self-loathing,
a tendency to become depressed
and sensitivity to mental problems.
Te troubled years of college and living in dorms

Depressed parents wit burnouts,
troubled siblings, mad ex-boyfriends,
Money problems.

My best friend and I were bound to break up in a witch-fight. It as been 18 months since we last talked.



This story was written for the 100WCGU challenge. Find out what I am talking about here .The prompt this week was a recipe for a witch, which left me with a writers block for days on end. This was the best I could come up with. Btw, this week it’s not entirely fictional…


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