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Life is a series of moments.

You live it day by day.

And really,

that’s all there is to it.

Of course, you can’t

find all your answers… 180 more words

Writing Experiment

Susurrus - Part II

As Tiamat stepped into the clearing, the grass and flowers withered and died before him. D’Artagnan jumped backwards with a start, “Well, that is quite the ominous welcome, isn’t it?” 769 more words

Creative Writing

Just Another Night - Part III

A bullet in the stomach is a slow death. Not like the heart or a lung or a main artery, a bullet to the stomach takes it’s time. 879 more words

Creative Writing

Sending kids to college and the emotional turmoil of parents (I get it now)

I now understand how parents must feel when they send their children to college. I just handed over two characters to another writer to do something with. 122 more words

The artists easel

The empty wooden frame sits in the corner of the studio, cobwebbed and forgotten. The brushes, once meticulously cleaned after each use lie, bristled hardened to points by the old paint that has dried on them, the colours still bright against the dark brown of the fibres despite the passing weeks of neglect. 254 more words

The artists easel

The empty wooden frame sits in the corner of the studio, cobwebbed and forgotten. The brushes, once meticulously cleaned after each use lie, bristled hardened to points by the old paint that has dried on them, the colours still bright against the dark brown of the fibres despite the passing weeks of neglect. 254 more words

The Great Writing Experiment

A couple coworkers of mine and I are trying this writing experiment – and I’m really curious to see how this will play out.

Before I go on, I have to say that my coworkers already had this little writing group established, so I feel very honored to be invited to participate in their writing shenanigans. 552 more words