you have two options or so they tell you * door one or door two two ways to enter their boxes to enter four walls constructed from preconceptions and stereotypes two ways to enter four walls designed to hold you bound in their lies * or you could simply choose to keep on walking
She’d always said that she wouldn’t be put in a box and forced into conformity, that she wouldn’t follow their indifferent society’s path, only to be left feeling stifled and unfulfilled. So how had she come to this? She turned away from the window, from the view of coffin like apartments, and began to pack her bags – it … More Boxed
On ephemeral wings she flits, never settling for long: never long enough to catch her, never long enough to bind her back into the cocooned existence she’s fled.
This is my entry for this week’s Friday Fictioneers Challenge run by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. This week’s picture prompt was provided by C. Hase. The challenge is to write a story within 100 words. Freedom’s Chance Genre: Fantasy “This is madness,” Lind muttered. “It’s never gonna work.” “It will. It has too.” “It’s too dangerous…” “Then leave.” Korin sighed in exasperation. … More Friday Fictioneers: Freedom’s Chance
This post if for the Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (FFfAW) Challenge, run by Priceless Joy. The challenge is that you write a story of 75-175 words inspired by the photo prompt below. I hope you like it. The Weight of Tradition Genre: Fantasy Jinetra tugged on her beads as she watched the approaching shoreline. Why did … More FFfAW: The Weight of Tradition
For my first post to my blog I thought I’d share a poem I wrote. I hope you like it. A Wild Habitat Here… I live in a world of make believe, a world of light and music, a wild habitat for a fairy mind. Here my life is my own, with no regrets. Here… Far from the … More A Wild Habitat