Trifextra 48: Excluded

“I feel I’m able to get rid of any demons lurking in my psyche through my writing, which leaves me free to create all of this and to enjoy our family life, stepping away from all the fictional traumas and the dramas. If I write about family in crisis, then I won’t have to live through it, I guess.”
– Jodi Picoult

This weekend we’re asking for 33 of your own words that exorcise a demon. One of your own, or one from your imagination. Let it bleed on the page.


I’ve never included childhood bullies (even as zombunny fodder). They would attain ‘immortality’; the creativity I have gained through introversion is victory enough. Besides… there are things even an undead bunny won’t eat.


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16 responses to “Trifextra 48: Excluded

  1. what? What won’t an undead bunny eat, eh? 🙂

  2. Draug419

    lmao This is great (:

  3. A bully does not deserve the dignity of being considered a demon. They are one of the lowest life forms. Even below politicians.

  4. Wonderful! I adore the last line so much I might have to steal it to use as a comeback!

  5. Hahaha! Love the ending. But come on zombie bunnies might try them. Aren’t bullies the ‘other white meat’? I heard they taste like (burnt) chicken.

  6. OMGoodness, this is awesome. I love the last line. Zombie bunnies have standards!

  7. trifectawriting

    This is fantastic.

  8. The best revenge against a bully it to be completely forgotten. Zombunny? Love it!

  9. ugh… Childhood bullies. I wish there was a way to teach kids not to bully.

  10. “Besides… there are things even an undead bunny won’t eat.” I’m sure that bullies would taste far too foul for any creature to find tantalizing.

  11. I can always count on you to meet me at the unconventional water cooler, BT. Yay! Loved it. And … I’m curious. Did you read my entry? I mean … REALLY read it? 🙂

  12. This is lovely. They do not need to be ‘honored’ in any way. One movie of the Back to the Future trilogy had a lovely treatment of bullies though.

  13. Ha!

    Immortalizing childhood bullies gives them something they don’t deserve.

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