Skeletons In The Closet (Revisited)



Wet. Sharnika, Is Wet From The Blood Of The Family Murdered N Her Face.
Screams, Her Screams, Go Away Suddenly. She Makes The Sign Of The Cross, Quickly.
Lustfully, The 4 Murderers Attack The Young Sexiness So Easy 2 Obtain.
Rain. The Night Is Now Darque & Stormy.
Suddenly, Gunshots. All Her Aggressors R Now Dead. A Lone Officer Is Her Savior.
Calmer. Sharnika, Is Calmer Momentarily B4 The Tempted Eyes Of Her Savior Grow Far 2 Scary.
Starry Night Of Cosmic Tears: Sharnika Is Now 4 Officer Talston. Time Sees Them Married 4 Years.
Beers All Over This Project Apartment. The Final "Good F*ck" Made Her Go 4 It. She Shot Him While He Slept.
Night, This Darque Night Focused & Saw 2 Her Fury.
Lovely, Sharnika, Went 2 The Right Friends.
Winds Of Change, Through The Years, Find Sharnika A Prominent Home Health Worker & Pill Hustler.
Sweeter, No, The Sweetest Part Of The Projects She Lives N.
Open, But Not Fully Ready 2 Admit Herself 2 Hell's Den, Is The Sharnika @ Church Every So Often.
10 Pills 4 $100 Keeps Her Away From Cussing Out Poverty Often.
Again, Sharnika Sees Her: That 1 That Seems 2 B Her Best Friend...Her Sister.
Laughter.
Closer & Closer, As Usual, & Then They R Speaking 2 Each Other. Finally.
Certainty Guides Sharnika's Conversation 2 Privacy. Teema Responds Expertly @ End With: "We Must B Family".
Reality, Grins: Sharnika & Teema R About 2 Set It Off As The Best Of Home girls.

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A Updated Rundown Of A Ol' Tale I Crafted.

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Written on May 10, 2023

Submitted by jerrywlawrence2666 on May 10, 2023

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Jerry Wayne Lawrence, Jr.

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