Poem – Questioning

Questioning  God, can you hear me Or are you just my imagination? Am I alone in my head Or is there someone listening? God, where do we go when we die? Or do we just end? Is there a purpose for it all Or is it all just random existence? God, does it matter if... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Improvising Lessons

Six Sentence Story: Write 6 Sentences. No more. No less.Use the current week’s prompt word.Return here, link your post Wednesday night through Saturday late…Spread the word and put in a good one to your fellow writers 😀 PROMPT WORD:  IMPROVISE Improvising Lessons I spent my weekend making elaborate plans for my lesson plans with Google Slides, online... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Hen Do

May 6, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about party hens. Who are these chickens and why do they party? Go where the prompt leads! Hen Do Roberta already had one too many by this point, but that's what happens at a bachelorette party. All of her friends were... Continue Reading →

Poem – Nightly Ritual

It begins in the heart Pulse racing at the start But then begins to slow As your mind begins to roll The room feels darker now You aren't even sure how But somehow you just know That it is your time to go Off to a world deep in your head Far from the limits... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Filters

Six Sentence Story - Connection Filters Shelby felt like she had slipped between the cracks of her life where she was neither in or out of most things. Her phone was the connection to a reality that she was supposed to have with filters and fake smiles. The more she tried to connect to that... Continue Reading →

Poem – Stuck

I am stuck Stuck inbetween What I used to be and what I am No longer the student and yet not the teacher I am stuck Stuck in a body that betrays me Where my mind plays tricks And my skin feels too much I am stuck Stuck between sanity and the great beyond Where... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Hit the Road

April 29, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story using the phrase, “hit the road, Jack.” You can interpret the phrase any way you like — road trip, goodbye, or story. Go where the prompt leads! Hit the Road "Hit the road, Jack! And, don't you come back no more…" ... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction – Feeding Family

Feeding Family Everyday Ester and Bill would sit at the same bench in the park and feed the birds. Once Bill passed on, Ester found it hard to keep going. They never had children during their 50 years of marriage and in a way she had begun to feel like the birds were her family.... Continue Reading →

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