Literature, Writing

To Stay or to Leave

This is part of the #NovemberNotes challenge, hosted by Sarah Doughty and Rosema. The song is Between the Lines by Sara Bareilles. I took a mini-vacation this weekend, but I’ll be catching up to the prompts! The longer Hecate stood at the edge of the forest, the more she felt humiliated. She’d given him an… Continue reading To Stay or to Leave

Literature, Personal, Writing

False Paradise

This is part of the #NovemberNotes challenge, hosted by Sarah Doughty and Rosema. The song is The Other Side Of Paradise by Glass Animals. (Was totally not feeling this song, so have some haiku) There’s something hiding Beyond the flowers and fields Of your paradise   There’s too much darkness In the shadows of your… Continue reading False Paradise

Literature, Writing

And Everything Will Be Fine

This is part of the #NovemberNotes challenge, hosted by Sarah Doughty and Rosema. The song is Details in the Fabric by Jason Mraz. Everything will be fine. That was what his father used to tell him, sometimes. When Olver asked about his dead mother. When one of the horses got sick. Even when one of… Continue reading And Everything Will Be Fine

Literature, Writing

So Now You’re Gone and I’m Haunted

This is part of the #NovemberNotes challenge, hosted by Sarah Doughty and Rosema. The song is Almost Lover by A Fine Frenzy. “It’s really pretty, isn’t it?” the young girl said, a smile spread across her face. Her eyes were glued to the night sky, dark blue and speckled with stars. Sometimes, when she had been… Continue reading So Now You’re Gone and I’m Haunted

Literature, Personal, Updates, Writing

November Notes Challenge

I’ve decided I’m going to be participating in this challenge! There is a lot of creative freedom, and I seem to write better when I’m not tied down to certain forms or themes. I’m aiming to post every day if I can.

Heartstring Eulogies

novembernoteschallenge

My good friend Rosema over at A Reading Writer and I have developed a very musical month of prompts for November called #NovemberNotes. Using diverse song titles that sound beautiful and can evoke some strong emotions, but their lyrics and titles hold significance, too. You can create whatever you want — poetry, prose, short stories, take photographs that remind you of the song, etc. You have full creative control. I can’t wait for November to begin. Won’t you join us?

Here are the list of songs:

1. Almost Lovers by A Fine Frenzy
2. Details in the Fabric by Jason Mraz
3. The Other Side Of Paradise by Glass Animals
4. Between the Lines by Sara Bareilles
5. Criminal by Fiona Apple
6. Street Called Mercy by Hillsong United
7. Yellow by Coldplay
8. Perfect Strangers by Jonas Blue
9. Cupid Carries A Gun by Marilyn Manson
10. Air by Rayvon…

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