If you're reading this, thanks! I'm glad to have someone come and check out my profile, and I hope you enjoy viewing what I put out.
Things that are a big part of my life will probably affect my content, such as my passion for music, my walk with God, and life in general. (But it's more likely that I'll just draw whatever random thought comes to my head.)
For one of our assignments in Creative Writing, our teacher wants us to submit an entry to the 53-Word Story Contest. I made three different samples, and will probably create a few more, but I'm not sure which one to submit (there can only be one submission per person). So, you guys wanna' help me pick? These are the three I have so far, written off of this prompt:
"Write a 53-word story about bringing something in."
(Titles are not included in the word count.)
Deceased Sanity by Voltaire Siano
Spade sifting, earth flying, lungs heaving. A sound is heard – metal striking wood. More sifting. A crowbar is revealed, prying open that which was meant to remain shut. A stench falls on closed nostrils. Dragging. Talking to her husband as though he lived, she lugged him homeward, that life may be normal.
You can tell I was in the Halloween-spoopy mood when I wrote this.
As Nature Intended by Voltaire Siano
A door opens. He takes a deep breath, savoring the forest's morning air. Strolling downhill, he casts off his shirt, a spot of green that soon blends with falling leaves. Water flows around him as he dips in, calloused feet already bear. The man smiles peacefully, gazing about at the silent, untainted mountain.
Ruth by Voltaire Siano
I was a stranger in this world, yet you were a friend. I felt hopeless, yet you gave me hope. I was unskilled, yet you saw my potential. I was penniless, but you made me feel rich. I was weak, yet you taught me strength. I was lost, but you brought me in.
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Joined 13 November 2015