Category Archive: writing prompts

Too Much to Ask

When you were old enough to understand the harsh realities of life, you realized that losses were inevitable. You can love someone or something and in an instant, they could be taken away… Continue reading

Four

1 For four years I’ve wondered what it would be like to share my life with someone again. There were many mishaps; many misshapen turns. I. I have crashed and burned so many… Continue reading

Wonder

It was just a normal day; you’re doing whatever the hands of fate have strung your way, and asked you to do. It was a normal day—and it still is, but you couldn’t… Continue reading

Empty

Every day is a wheel of prevailing emotions; emotions that you couldn’t show to the world; emotions that you’ve learned long enough to hide that already became natural to you. You work yourself… Continue reading

Doors

When she opened the door, she wished. She wished for long, cold nights For a healthy heart She wished for the sweet smell of flowers The drizzle of the rain She wished for… Continue reading

Every Version of You

One, you were full of daydreams; nothing you can remember anymore Two, you opened up your eyes to harsh realities; some you blinded yourself from Three and four, you found hope Five, you… Continue reading

A New Day | Another Day

You open your eyes to a new day and realize it’s probably another version of your day yesterday. You have the same job, you have to do what you have to do, and… Continue reading

Old Friends

You look at that old album, one that has not been opened in years, one which contents you thought have gotten out of your grasp; out of your memory. In reality, they’re still… Continue reading

Counting On

She looked around quickly, to see if anything had been taken. Dark clouds enveloped her; everything was hazy. She was confused. She looked around and saw everything was being taken away–every part of… Continue reading