Lyrical Fiction Friday Reveal: “No Bite” #lyricalfictionfriday

Today’s lyric prompt is:

” …There are some things I won’t do…and I’m not afraid to tell you…I don’t ever want to leave you confused... “

For the rules, click on the lyric above. 

 

Be inspired and write!

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12 thoughts on “Lyrical Fiction Friday Reveal: “No Bite” #lyricalfictionfriday

  1. Reblogged this on Lovely Curses and commented:
    Before Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies”, there was The Pussycat Dolls’ “I Don’t Need a Man”…

    Are you ready to put this single woman’s anthem to work? Then head on over to Marquessa’s page for another installment of Lyrical Fiction Friday!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Here’s my submission but I’ll tell you up front it is really different and highly controversial. It’s something I originally wrote over a year ago regarding the changing dynamic in dating between men and women and there’s a lot of disagreement regarding the response some men have in opting out of having a relationship with women altogether.

    I understand the intent of the song recorded by “The Pussycat Dolls” wasn’t what it seems on the surface, but it also spoke to the issue I previously wrote about and so I thought I’d dust it off and give it a breath of fresh air.

    Here it is. Let me know what you think: https://poweredbyrobots.com/2017/01/01/walking-alone-a-short-essay-about-men-going-their-own-way-mgtow/

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