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Welcomed Weariness

I’ve never been more pleased with exhaustion. The kind that comes when you’ve worked all day pouring over words and typing pages and pages of story; when you’ve managed to grab a few hours of sleep but you should probably have curled up for a few more because five isn’t technically enough; when you roll out of the bed in the next morning and you’re still so tired you forget that you need your glasses to function, but you let it slide for a few moments until you accept that you really can’t function – then you spend about a half hour trying to find the damned things, because your bed ate them when you didn’t even have time to consider taking them off before you passed out. 156 more words

Writing

Flashback - Reflections

Flashback (noun), \ˈflash-ˌbak\, interruption of chronological sequence (as in a film or literary work) by interjection of events of earlier occurrence.

The second flashback for February is a story called  24 more words

Creative Writing

On Free-Writing

Do

Not
Stop
Writing
No
Matter
What

That’s it! Simple, right? Not exactly, but we’re close!

Here’s a list I have made to help you overcome that wall which prevents you from letting the words flow and flow, and get down to writing. 1,048 more words

Writing Inspiration

More troublesome thoughts! Yay

It is Friday night and I am sitting in a hotel room in Kennesaw, Ga. I am here with my teammates because we have two matches this weekend. 611 more words

Free-writing

Goodbye Valentine

I couldn’t be bitter so I’d rather be sour: yesterday there was sadness in my happiest hour.

You spoke about the girl whom you wish one day you’d marry; you said you’d meet her soon and I thought, “wouldn’t that be scary?” 546 more words

Free Writing

These Voices

Just a bit of free writing, on identity and memory and having a patchy and confusing life narrative. Probably illegible in parts, sorry, it’s just the way it came out, but maybe one day I will write it up properly and post it…. 24 more words

Most Recent Work

okay okay okay

dear you (me? us? we?)

it’s currently 2:35 a.m. and you’re snuggled up in bed in your gorgeous red velvet blanket. you had a fantastic night out and you’re ready to take on tomorrow. 877 more words