Tag Archives: death

Sanctuary – with m4a file

More progress on Sanctuary. I recorded myself singing it – no music – so you understand the melody. Needs a much stronger singer because the song is not supposed to sound so wimpy :). Still working in the music and … Continue reading

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Sanctuary – poem / lyrics update

In my last post, I shared the start of a poem, or possibly lyrics, and a rough GarageBand mp3 so you could get an idea of the melody should this develop into an actual song. I added two more stanzas, … Continue reading

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Creative Non-Fiction: You Shouldn’t Take Chances

You Shouldn’t Take Chances “Don’t step on a crack; you’ll break your mother’s back.” We’d sing-song this on the way to school. One boy always stepped on every crack. “You shouldn’t take chances like that,” I’d say. “Something bad could happen.” … Continue reading

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The last riddle I ever tell

This is from a deviantart.com #sixwordstories prompt: Your last six words before death. Mine likely will be (ignore the six-word title): The last riddle I ever tell Knock, Knock. Who’s there? Death Bummer

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Creative Non-Fiction: Did I Kill Your Puppy?

What is “creative non-fiction”? It’s a story based on real events, facts plus just a bit of literary license applied to accommodate memory lapses. So, yes, this pretty much happened, and it was very much horrible. Did I Kill Your … Continue reading

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