Out of reach but not out of mind


Times were not easy at all to the point that you would long for a doll but you dare not ask for it lest you sound as though you are insulting mum or dad. There is a lot that I missed, a lot that seemed unattainable. However, I am thankful that now I understand the reason why they were out of reach.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Out of Your Reach.”

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