Photo ©Stuart Wilding Among the leaves, breeze strips the branches bare, where robins sing as though snow will never fall, calling back the light, bright berries strung among the leaves.
I always enjoy the approach to the holidays. Decorating the house, planning meals, and even all the long-overdue cleaning and organizing are done with a lighter heart. It’s a musical time for us, too. My choir has a concert, my son’s university ensemble has a concert, and we all attend the local symphony’s holiday concert,…
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Originally posted on OKOTO ENIGMA’S BLOG: Hey guys😊. I’m still taking a break from writing poems; only for a really short time though. So, it’s time for another tip. I gave tips on Monday;?click here to check it out, and I did a “share your link” post yesterday;?click here to share your link. I…
Write a story about a security guard that is doing her rounds. While she is checking the main office. She sees a man trying to jump over the fence and he is carrying a shotgun.
And another year of NaNoWriMo is over!! This is the first year I didn’t finish! Crazy! I still want to finish what I was writing though. I am sorry I didn’t respond as much to the comments. I didn’t make it out to any events either. I hope you enjoyed the NaNoToons! Please, thank Kari […]
Write a story about A man driving down the road sees a lady carrying a baby in her arms.
On January 30, 1962… three schoolgirls at a small, mission-run boarding school in the village of Kashasha (Tanganyika) started laughing. That would be nothing special in and of itself, of course — it would be very difficult to find a school where a single day goes by without a group of three or so girls…
Can you tell a story in 300 words? Here’s the challenge. Write a fictional piece of no more than 300 words based on this picture. You pick your poison, poetry or story. Please don’t forget to, mention this post in yours, and link back here i.e. include a link to this post in your post […]
Snow knit together, purled and planed with frost, to make her sinuous body; vales and dells of crisply-iced leaf created her pudenda, holly berries her bright nipples. Mistletoe twined and twirled, catching the warm colours of sunset, making tresses of gold and white, faint green and the tiniest rumour of pink; they touched the blushing […]