Mummy, What Is This? - A poem showing a conversation between a mother and her child as they look through an animal picture book featuring animals of the past.
A piece of writing based on the prompt of having to notify a family of their loved one's death.
Read one of my more abstract poems called 'Spinning-Top'!
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Title: A Silent Life Prompt - Imagine you've lost one of your senses. Sense lost = hearing. Vibrant colours, alluring smells, a cool breeze, people and silence. My hands brush the top of the lush grass and my toes wriggle at the ticklish feeling. I gaze around the circle of adults, my parents paying more … Continue reading Flash Fiction #1
So many things to talk about for today but first off, happy Easter to everyone! I hope everyone got spoiled with lots of chocolate, because, hey, who doesn't love a little bit of chocolate on Easter? 😄 I know I had a pretty good day except from choking on some smoking incense at my church … Continue reading More Decisions, Easter and Magazines!
I'm so sorry I never updated last week! You see, last weekend was a little hectic with the fact that I was trying to finish my fifth draft of my short story for a writing competition - Oh my word, I panicked so much after I entered it at 11:45pm on the Sunday. Then, I … Continue reading Entering A Writing Contest
So, seeing as I'm in my last year of secondary school and I literally recieved the dates for my real GCSE exams yesterday, I'm going to need to make some big decisions some time soon. *Cue frantic panic and screaming because oh my word I wish I was starting Year 7 again!* I already know … Continue reading Decisions, Decisions…
Experience. It's something we gain everyday of our lives. Experience builds our character, makes us stronger and teaches us lessons. Every second, every minute, every hour of every day of every month of every year we gain more knowledge about life. However, I find that it can take too long. I feel like I am … Continue reading You Don’t Always Need Experience To Be A Writer