Monthly Archives: March 2011

Remorse

I saw something pure, and it was beautiful.  As close as it was, it wasn’t perfect, just pure.  I saw a flaw and tried to fix it – maybe others had done so over time.  At first I was trying … Continue reading

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March Story Starters

He sat on the floor by the far wall again, intimidating not because of his bulk or skills, but because of his silence.  His silence has been so complete that he hasn’t even made eye contact with me for two … Continue reading

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Headlines

Right now, I love the headlines in the news.  Not because I like the news, there is a lot of bad news out there, but the headlines are great, especially when paired with each other.  I can just see the … Continue reading

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20-Minute Writing Exercises for March

The following is a set of writing exercises involving a feeling (fear): For 2 minutes, list the things you are most afraid of. For 2 minutes, find three common traits in the list.  If there are more than three, mark … Continue reading

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