Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Windmill of Lies

 

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Danny burst through his apartment door, staggering and dripping from rain.  He tore at his clothing, wanting only to strip down naked.  He wanted to be cold, so cold that every part of his body shivered. Freezing cold. Numb.

Danny had flown headfirst into a relationship with Kerry, lovely lovely Kerry. Then he quickly discovered Kerry was superb at creating an intricate windmill of lies. Each lie swirled and whirled, each spreading in the wind.

These were so preposterous, linked together with a weaver's skill. Each lie was more elaborate than previous ones. Only Kerry could make her deception an art form.

Yes, Danny wanted to shiver, freeze to escape Kerry's windmill.

WedWords were first created years ago by Delores.  She did great battles with her computer and took time off.  Other bloggers have taken up the baton.  

22 comments:

  1. I do hope that Delores realises that her meme lives on...

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  2. I knew a Kerry once, she was married to my son.
    Good read with a lot of truths built in!!!
    Sherry & jack

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    1. Sad that your son had to deal with this Kerry. I hope life straightens up.

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  3. Clever use of the words that kind of make you want to know the rest of the story.

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  4. The first thing I thought was that I would want to shed the cold of the lies and seek some warmth and comfort. I suppose everyone is different.

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  5. "Windmill of lies" is very vivid.... so was "cold of the lies"!

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  6. Thanks! We had a windmill down in the acre close to the water. It was dilapidated, so we did not climb around on it.

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  7. Uh oh. She sounds like trouble.

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    1. She left a string of broken hearts in her path.

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  8. May he warm up again later to someone who believes in truth.

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  9. Like jack69, my son is also partnered with a lying Kerry, thankfully not married, but the children have had to learn not to believe everything she says.

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  10. I have a niece named Kerry and she's not like the Kerry in the story. :)

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    1. WE need more Kerry and Karen and Alex ...

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    2. Love the story. I've known Kerrys and men also full of lies. I could feel the cold in your words!

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    3. Great to see your name. Too many Kerrys in the world.

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