Robin Hawke


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January 12, 2012, 2:00 PM
Filed under: Three Sentence Stories

He spent more time mapping the small of her back than her face. From the bed, he watched her hang upside down to use a blow dryer before she left. At night, when he left for work, sheets swaddled her hips.

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I meant to come by yesterday to comment on this..(sometimes I’m unsure if getting my blogroll posts by email is a good idea. I tend to read them in the morning before work, and don’t always make it back to comment :(..)

ANYWAY – this was …delicious. Don’t know another word to describe it 🙂 I can totally see why romance writing is part of your repertoire!

Comment by Janece

Thank you! There are several Degas of a woman brushing her hair…some images are rife with beauty and easier to write about.

Comment by Robin Hawke

Brilliant Robin. Your three sentence stories always leave me wanting more.

Comment by snagglewordz




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