1 Morning Cycling I was stuck in a recurring dream recently where I was on a bicycle roundabout and I couldn't go anywhere. My solution was to write myself out of it in this story.
Fiction: General, T, English, words: 951, 10/28
The Spirit Beckons the Fire In the final part of The House Beckons the Fire Arthur is given an impossible choice.
Fiction: Mystery, M, English, Mystery & Supernatural, words: 1k+, 10/1
Moonlight and Silence In a city I barely recall in a year I forgot almost entirely, we went to see a house. In this story it plays with my imagination, it steps between dream and nightmare.
Fiction: General, T, English, words: 1k+, 9/17
Silence and a Breeze In a city I barely recall in a year I forgot almost entirely, one visit stood out. This story describes that visit and the moment that I will never forget.
Fiction: General, T, English, words: 1k+, 8/20
A Night at the Mosel One of the last holidays with my parents was at the Mosel, that night, my perspective on things would be different.
Fiction: Romance, M, English, Romance, words: 1k+, 8/6
Midnight Overpass It's another sleepless night watching the cars pass by, though I'm not alone tonight.
Fiction: General, T, English, words: 1k+, 7/9
The House Beckons the Spirit It's fire that draws Arthur in as he's lost, looking to find out as to why Helen was ripped out of his life.
Fiction: Mystery, M, English, Mystery & Fantasy, words: 1k+, 6/11
A Stroll Through the Night A while back I couldn't sleep, I went for a stroll. This is the story of how that went.
Fiction: General, T, English, words: 1k+, 5/28
Forest Plateau When I go or a hike, there are times that I forget where I am, when I am, what I am. This short story tries to capture that sensation.
Fiction: General, T, English, Mystery, words: 583, 5/14
Mom's Red Suitcase - Part 2 Last summer I entered a competition and this did well enough to get the story published in a book. A friend asked me whether there's a sequel, there was no plan, but it could be. This is that sequel.
Fiction: General, T, English, Family, words: 1k+, 4/16
Mama's Rode Koffertje - Deel 2 In de zomer vorig jaar heb ik meegedaan met een schrijfwedstrijd en dit lukt goed genoeg dat het verhaal in een boeken bundel mee gepubliceerd is. Een vriendin vroeg of er een vervolg kwam, daar had ik toen geen plan voor, maar het kon. Dit is dat vervolg.
Fiction: General, T, Dutch, Drama & Family, words: 1k+, 4/16
The House beckons the Fire A story revolving around a house in the woods and a fire: The road leads through the forest to the house. The fog of the early morning casting a shroud of mystery over the forest...
Fiction: Supernatural, T, English, Mystery & Supernatural, words: 1k+, 4/2
Two Galaxies in a Jar Some time ago someone asked me what story I would write to this picture. This is that story. What a beautiful sunset, I've watched this sunset a million times, yet it seems different now. ...
Fiction: Fantasy, T, English, Adventure & Spiritual, words: 1k+, 3/19
The Street That Used to be Home Years ago I called this street part of home. Now it seems small and narrow...
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Fantasy, words: 1k+, 3/5
1 Meditations The grass is green, a deep and dark green. It's cool to my feet, I stand in the grass barefoot. While the grass is cool, it's still warm, I certainly feel warm. It's a comfortable warmth though...
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 860, favs: 1, follows: 1, 1/8
Fire and Tea Fire is mesmerizing, it's movements, the swirls, it hypnotizes me. I'm with friends, we're out in their garden, we're enjoying a drink, warm tea...
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 380, follows: 1, 1/2
Diffusion It's autumn, we're upon the equinox, but the days are still warm. Summer struggles to let go but its power is waning. Nights are cold and waking up there's a definite chill in the air...
Fiction: Thriller, T, English, words: 452, 1/1
A Change Of Season Today, on a gentle stroll through the woods, I was told to say farewell to the summer.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Poetry, words: 327, 12/31/2020
Mountain Tracks To say it was foggy was an understatement. The gray was profound, it was all encompassing. There was no way to distinguish morning from evening or even noon...
Fiction: General, K, English, Adventure, words: 777, 12/30/2020
Grey Cloudy Mirror Grey clouds cover the sky. Thick and almost tangible. As though you could walk on them. They span everywhere, clear and well defined. Textured as a wall yet soft as silk. A distance far and yet almost within reach...
Fiction: Thriller, T, English, Fantasy, words: 460, 12/29/2020
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