via Daily Prompt: Explore After that day, he began his journey to discover himself. A quest he never thought he had to take again, but life had different plans for him. Over the next few weeks, he explored the deep ravines of his fears, the dark forests of his shame, the jagged mountaintops and treacherous cliffs that were his anger, bitterness and disgust. He traversed … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Explore
Today’s one-word prompt I’ve always liked the idea of being a fan of something. To me, being a fan of a book or a TV show or a video game isn’t just about liking said piece of media, nor is it just about a sense of belonging within a community of like-minded (to an extent) fans. It’s also about the affirmation of my own feelings. … Continue reading Fictional characters are just like us, they also buy cereal at the supermarket!
Today’s one-word prompt Today’s word prompt seemed challenging to me. It still is. The word “toxic” carries poignant weight in my life; not just mine, most people would have something to say about toxicity. Obviously, I’m not referring to the literal meaning; otherwise I might just get away with writing a blog post about chemistry and be over with this. Something about mercury maybe. I … Continue reading How can I write about toxicity without talking about it?
Daily Post Subjecting a person to a warning is a great way of exploring some of the depths of their character. To some people, reading a sign that says “Danger: Do not enter,” is a clear request not to venture around the area beyond the sign, and they take the warning at face value. To others, a warning is an invitation. A statement like “do … Continue reading Eggs
One-word prompt The boy looked around him, feeling more alone than ever. He did not blame her. He blamed his expectations for letting him down. He blamed himself for how he read his short stories, his novels and poetry anthologies. He blamed his past-self for betraying him. Continue reading Daily Post – March 30th 2018
The one-word prompt in question Frantic: Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. I haven’t partaken in these daily prompts in a long time. Possibly years? Perhaps centuries? Who knows. Not me. I think frantic is one of the few qualities that I could say with confidence can be used to describe the opposite of what I usually am. I dislike being … Continue reading Daily Post – March 29th 2018
Life has just begun. I am fed, cherished and pampered. I can draw farm animals, and recite the alphabet. My friends tease me about my crush, but I beat them in algebra. Some left early, some graduated with me. They became my best men and the godfathers of my children. Image taken from: http://www.wisdomtimes.com/blog/lifetime-of-learning-evolving-through-the-journey-of-life/ Continue reading Prompt: write a story that ages an infant into an adult in 50 words or less