Category Archives: Writings by Authors

Story’s End — Discover

Sample The Long Goodbye, Meghan O’Rourke’s memoir of grief and the loss of her mother, in the New Yorker: “Trying to let her go, I found that I was only hungry for more of her. A mother is a story with no beginning. That is what defines her.”

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recycled haiku — powerpuffgeezer blogs

A Recycled haiku Our fast-paced lives leave little time to contemplate. These Micro Moments are designed to entertain in a few words, read them slowly and savour the essence. Be they ordinary or remarkable, they are all special in their simplicity. I aim to share experiences, to recapture images the reader may already possess. Occasionally […]

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Flash Fiction: Kiss — Deidra Alexander’s Blog

I love the description used in this piece. Dee The rain arrived, late, after the heat of the day had bled out and the evening breeze had sunk in deep. The sun had not set, but it had abandoned its strength, filling the last hours of the day with cool light. The air had smoothed […]

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Spring Birds — Writer’s Treasure Chest

Waking up to the blackbird’s song a lovely sound it’s all along. the lark it twitters right at dawn by the edge of wood you see a fawn. ** The breeze, it touches twig and bloom the bees, they hum and search their room to collect the nectar for their brood spring is here […]

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