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The Flickering Light, The Lingering Dark Pt. 3

If you scream into the silence, and nobody hears you, then did you scream at all?

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Waiting For Tomorrow

The third time it happens, it’s not shock that fills her. Not even disbelief. It’s more a sort of tiredness, the desire to pull the covers over her head and forget about everything. And underneath that weariness, an old hurt, … Continue reading

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A Part of the Family

Daily Prompt: Do you have animals in your life? If yes, what do they mean to you? If no, why have you opted not to? The answer to that question would be a resounding yes. I’ve wanted to have a … Continue reading

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The Details in the Bigger Picture

Daily Prompt: Pick a contentious issue about which you care deeply — it could be the same-sex marriage debate, or just a disagreement you’re having with a friend. Write a post defending the opposite position, and then reflect on what … Continue reading

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The Things Better Left Said

Daily Prompt: Back to the Future:  A service has been invented through which you can send messages to people in the future. To whom would you send something, and what would you write? For me, this prompt had endless possibilities, but … Continue reading

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Unseen And Helpless

My first attempt at the DPChallenge 🙂 This week’s writing challenge: Write a short story or piece of descriptive faux-journalism describing your personal idea of a dystopia — a dark future when everything you hold dear is on the chopping … Continue reading

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