Photo by Wesley Tingey on Unsplash In the courtroom today, a man offered his plea Pleas of not guilty to the treacherous deed Disbelief rang through the entire court “Judgment awaits you!” was their angry retort For all of the suffering, the lies and deceit The old man refused to admit his defeat The evidence weighted against the… Continue reading September Creative Writing Challenge – Day 23: Judgment
Photo by freddie marriage on Unsplash Author's Note: Peeps, I hated writing this one. I'm going to go cuddle my husky now. *sad face* With his music blaring, Zachary Lawson sped carelessly down the winding highway, wind whipping through his curly hair as the wind tunnel created by having all four windows of the car down at… Continue reading September Creative Writing Challenge – Day 22: Dead Dog
Photo by Rohan Makhecha on Unsplash You could give me your opinion, or maybe it’s a fact You could write me a prescription And tell me “That’s that.” You could make me think that it’s all in my head But, what do you know about how my anxiety is fed? You could tell me that I’m crazy, and… Continue reading September Creative Writing Challenge – Day 21: What Do You Know?
Photo by Lina Angelov on Unsplash There once was a doctor named Rat. Whose patient was ironically a cat. The cat who was ailed, smartly prevailed And had Doctor Rat for a snack.
Photo by David Dibert on Unsplash A lone moon shining brightly over the world Still stuck behind the shadow of the sun Pulling waves back and forth across the shore And providing a peaceful ambiance in the cool of night
Photo by Aron Visuals on Unsplash Tomorrow seems like a long time away But not quite as long as yesterday Time moves forward in the funniest way And before you know it, you’ve lost another day Memories are made in the blink of an eye And just as fast, our loved ones die As children we longed for… Continue reading September Creative Writing Challenge – Day 18: A Long Time Away
Photo by Alex Iby on Unsplash Danielle woke screaming as chills ran down her spine and sweat poured from her body, soaking her sheets as if she had messed the bed or just washed them. Her pulse raced like electricity shooting through her body as she recalled the memories of that night, and she felt as if… Continue reading September Creative Writing Challenge – Day 17: The Ultimate Horror