Moving – Couplets

So I meant to write a full poem, but decided that these couplets described moving better than putting it all into a poem.  The home that we established Now a ghost town, everything vanished. Air mattresses are on the floor As everything else goes out the door. Eerily, the rooms sound echoes As the emptiness…

Sorry – Day 18

Day 18: Think of your favorite book growing up. Use the title as inspiration for your next piece. What do you imagine when you read that title? Write a poem or a paragraph. Favourite book: I had so many favourite books from the Alex Series by Nancy Simpson, but I think my ultimate favourite was…

Telling – Day 17

Day 17: A character is sitting on the rooftop with an animal. This character must speak to the animal. What the animal does in return moves the character to make a decision. Morgan looked towards the cat sitting on the roof with her. “Hey there,” she said softly and reached to pet it. As her…

Hill – Day 13

Day 13: Write about a memory from your childhood. Good or bad. Give it new life and insight. From: http://writewithfey.blogspot.ca/2013/07/chrys-feys-30-day-writing-challenge.html  I honestly can’t tell you what is true and what is fake here in this story, but it is a childhood memory. The surgery was real for sure, and so was me being wheelchair bound 🙂 …

Unison – Day 9

Day 9: think of any word and search it on google images. Write something inspired by the 7th image. Word: 9/11 I decided to write about 9/11 a day early (it’s the tenth here).  Two buildings built in unison. Standing in unison. Torn down in unison. Twins. Planes crash in perfect sync with the clock;…