Some songs, some music, touches parts of you that you otherwise cannot interact with. The parts of you that you can’t handle without a tune to sooth the pain away, to allow yourself to look inwards at the cause of the pain and sit with it. Learn from it. Heal. There are songs that teach… Continue reading Flash Fiction – Song (A Teacup Story)
It is the loss of an expectation, the loss of a hope, that crushes the happier part of your soul.
It’s not what happened, or who they were, or what they did. You remember the best bits because you want to. You want to get to the good bits, you ignore the bad, you ignore the times when you felt rubbish. You almost wonder, why did I cut them out of my life? You know… Continue reading Teacup Story – Idealism
[100 Words - a short story based on one word in 100 words or less] Becca played until her fingers ached from playing. Until the strings on her bow were shredded. She sat, breathing hard. She couldn’t hear anything, just the swirling feelings and emotion inside of her threatening to burst free. Her cheeks… Continue reading 100 Words – Violin
[100 Words is a story in 100 words or less, based off the word in the title.] Not frustration or hatred, not even sadness. It is the loss of an expectation, the loss of a hope, that crushes the happier part of your soul. It’s the point that you realise that the world is not… Continue reading 100 Words – Disappointment
Sometimes, sadness does not have to be loud to be powerful (Genre - General, Rating: PG) The sadness is not a loud, screaming, ugly sobbing sadness. It is a quiet sadness. An acceptance that this is the way things are. That there are some things you simply cannot change about the world. A surrender of control… Continue reading Teacup Story – A quiet kind of sadness
Something, Someone - Just because it is gone does not mean that it is forgotten (Genre - Angst, Genre - General, Rating - PG) Just because something, someone, is gone, does not mean that it was worthless. It is not the end of the memory which decides the content. It is not the closure of the… Continue reading Teacup Story – Something, Someone
Imagine a Garden - Casey wrote in her diary to soothe her thoughts, and to give herself some hope. (Genre - General, Genre - PG) Sadness finds me in the quiet moments. Casey, you ask, how do you know that? Well, you don’t ask that, but I know that it’s what people would say, if they could.… Continue reading Teacup Story – Imagine a Garden