June 29, 2017 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about something frayed. It could be fabric, like a flag or garment. It could also be nerves or temper.… Continue reading
If you want to participate in Sue Vincent’s writephoto prompt, click here. In part one, Tunnel, our heroine escaped death at Arlene’s hands. Ten years later… “If birds descended from dinosaurs, did people… Continue reading
Trusting faces show loving eyes never denied their place as rulers. No one becomes a pet if fam’ly lives within your heart.
Torrents tatter leaves, no ember or flame escapes their deadly drenching. ©Joelle Legendre
My son speaks 5 languages — 3 of them fluently. He is very particular about words being well-spoken. He dresses like this In contrast, I dress like this Both of us speak… Continue reading
Click on these words to go to TJ’s Household Haiku prompt. <_><_><_><_> I couldn’t help a bit of dog humor about perfume’s perception. Her perfume lingered long after she passed away… Continue reading
June 22, 2017 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that involves a dream. This action could have happened while awake, such as daydreaming, or make up a dream… Continue reading
The year was 1972. I stood at the edge of a tunnel and peered into the darkness. It wasn’t the first time and, given the fact I was standing here again, it might… Continue reading
I’ve been looking for a tanka-only prompt and found one! From the looks of it, a lot of people found this great site before me: https://ramblingsofawriter2016.com/category/weekly-tanka-challenge/ <_><_><_> Mimosa blossoms parked on flowing leaves… Continue reading
In our universe only humans believe in mystical creatures. Science is magic explained after we conquer our fears.