Wednesday, October 23, 2019


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Writing Prompt

Feed The Bears

feed the bears

This was written in response to a piece by Colin Wills about a Japanese beauty spot which made reference to feeding yourself to the bears as a possible method for suicide. I believe Colin liked my response. He also commented that Political poetry is not that popular these days. I'm not sure why unless he's just telling stories.

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The prompt this week was "She heard footsteps".  I was bouyed up regarding some positive discusion about my anti-hero character from a couple of weeks ago so I thought I'd try a bit more work on him.

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A Mountain to Climb


Following last weeks reading about the hiding place I think a few of the members might still be in shock and recovering from the macabre reading so I thought I better tober things down a bit. I think they prefer more sedate poetry and our creative writer introduced us to some 50 word fiction. The Prompt this week was "A mountain to climb" or  "Losing your bearings"

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No Hiding Place


This weeks prompt was "the hiding place".  My efforts this week were a bit graphic and grotesque and bordering on horror writing. My creative writing advisor thought the central character would make a great anti hero in a novel. I agree I could probably do a lot more with this.

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