My girlfriend uses her super powers to mess with my camera more than fight for truth, justice, and the American way.  In this case she chose to phase in right by me as I took this shot.

I don’t say anything, but in my head, things have changed. I’ve drawn a line between us, the difference between her and me. It’s like one of the black lines between states on maps, lines between different countries on the globe. They don’t really exist. You don’t really see a long black line when you cross from the United States into Mexico, from Kansas to Missouri. But everyone knows where they are, and they are important, keeping one state separate from the other, so you can always tell which one you’re in. –The Center of Everything by Laura Moriarty

Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a story or poem about two friends who become estranged. Include internal monologue.

Journaling Prompt: Write about someone you are estranged from. What happened and why?

Art Prompt: Estranged

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Tell your audience about boundaries and how they change as relationships change.

Photo Credit: Christopher on Flickr

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