The Internet forums, chatrooms, and writing sites are filled with challenges for creative writers. And most of them center around on one’s ability to write the shortest story possible. So, this writer decides to take the challenge.
Four men take an exciting vacation to Columbian. This is a tale written in pun form with a coffee theme
Given the choice of continuing to suffer beatings from a brutal husband and being held safely behind some unemotional bars, which would you choose? Yeah, me too!
She was an 80 year old widow walking with arms full of groceries in the cold December wind. Little did Mark know when he picked her up, his life would be changed forever by The Walking Widow who showed him the secret to a happy life.
This is a creative writing piece that I have written which is based on true accounts of slaves from Africa who were taken to America.
Clark was happily remembering the special date he had with a woman the night before when a man attacked him in the hallway of his hotel and attempted to cut him to ribbons. Clark fought back and fled to the safety of a nearby monastery where he learns that confession is not always good for the soul.
This is a descriptive piece which is quite autumnal but turns quite horrific and intriguing for the readers towards the end. This is one of my favourite creative writing pieces and I hope you will enjoy reading it too.
This is a science fiction short story about leaving our home for something new and old at the same time.
Belmonte Segwic, aka The Graveyard Whistler, is a persona created by me, Linda Sue Grimes, to tell a story about a unique individual's interaction with the study of the literary arts.
This article gives thirteen Bible verses about birds, and it provides data about old and recent religions' views of feathered creatures.
Roethke's villanelle is full of mystery and explores the nature of human identity. We think by feeling.What is there to know? Life is for living so learn by going where to go. A philosophical message.
The Graveyard Whistler has become quite enthusiastic about "flash fiction," offering his fourth installment of the little stories. Stay tuned for a brief bio of "Belmonte Segwic" (aka "The Graveyard Whistler") coming soon!
With the extreme sufferings of Paul the Apostle, it's mind-boggling to witness his extreme gratitude. Could there ever be a greater example to us of a life of gratitude?