Category Archives: Writing

My Name Is …

V.J. prompt this week is to explore walking in someone else’s skin or to see something from a new perspective.   Let me introduce you to my sister. Some may think we’re twins, but we are very different. She is … Continue reading

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Three Line Tales #130

(Image by Ricardo Viana)   I was aghast with the crime scene! The babysitter told me they were just having some fun with art. I was livid!   Sonya’s Challenge (This prompt brought back memories of horrible babysitters in the … Continue reading

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In the surreal depths of my earthly dreams, I envisioned my ending, but I wanted to see more. I am more than the bones of death’s final blow. I am an ethereal soul with a journey unknown. Always an attachment … Continue reading

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Matrix Unleashed-Three Line Tales: Week 92

Matrix Unleashed Human shadows lost in an iridescent matrix of existence. My eyes were mesmerized by the sight of this parallel reality revealing itself to me. Before I could take another breath, an arm reached out, pulled me in and … Continue reading

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Twittering Tale #54

Kat’s challenge¬†is to write a story with 140 characters or less using the above photo prompt. My first attempt at this challenge.¬† The image inspired me to make an attempt.   You told me to run for the old cabin. … Continue reading

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Three Line Tales: Week #72

(Photo by Joel Filipe)   I fell into the dark waters…or was I pushed. All I remember is the jelly fish surrounding my body and telling me to go up. I should have listened.   Sonya’s Challenge

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Three Line Tales, Week #44

  Cookie Trail   With trembling hands, I slowly opened the blood-stained envelope. Inside I found the multi-colored, macaroon photo that I had taken a few weeks ago to celebrate my culinary, baking skills and on the back, Stanley had … Continue reading

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