Description Challenge #1: Childhood Home

After ending my One Sentence Challenge, I had a hard time coming up with a new, literary-relevant challenge for the writers who read my blog to participate in. I first leaned on flash fiction. I've ran flash fiction challenges before and I thought, "why not do it again?" Then I had this feeling, a proto-emotion… Continue reading Description Challenge #1: Childhood Home

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One Sentence Challenge: Conclusion

Congratulations to Morgan Hazlewood again for her entry to last weeks One Sentence Challenge, the topic was overcoming hardships. Here is her entry:  It’s probably best that I did not know what lay ahead, or else I might not have had the heart to face what even now feels hardly surmountable — but it was… Continue reading One Sentence Challenge: Conclusion

The Emperor of Stagnation, a Poem

In the years I thought myself invincible Competition was an itch I refused to scratch Now it erupts from me as if some cancer That didn't want to be a member of this body This is and was the formula; Strive towards something, Progress as one normally would, Realize you were getting good, Then quit… Continue reading The Emperor of Stagnation, a Poem

Transmuter, A Poem

Counting the times I tried Transmuting my lead heart to Gold, with foot-and-hand digits Would take armies Photo credit: https://www.pexels.com/@pixabay  

One Sentence Challenge #7: Comfort From Love

Things are heating up in these posts! Last week had the highest number of participants to date. There is a compelling challenge in trying to leave it all out there with one sentence that seems to be garnering some attention. Congratulations to T. L. Woods at https://scribewoods.wordpress.com/ for winning last weeks challenge with an utterly beautiful entry.… Continue reading One Sentence Challenge #7: Comfort From Love