Too big for dreaming. by Sheepyblue Just some personal poetry, because theoretically it's all fine.
Who listens? by Sheepyblue A holiday, an abandoned house and a boy who can't quite connect. A short story
Lights across the harbour by Sheepyblue ‘You’re a child.’ ‘A clever one though.’ A character piece for fun
The things which aren't there by Sheepyblue Nobody misses them, do they? A piece of flash fiction for the prompt beach.
On Tonight's Programme by Sheepyblue This was my entry for the Tower Poetry competition, the prompt being News
These trials don't prepare the air for love by Sheepyblue This is a short extract from my novella 'Grenade Hearts'
No, we can't go back by Sheepyblue Writing prompt: Write about a character trying to find their way home. Is it really what you want? - An Adrian Story
Tangled Normalcy by Sheepyblue Chapter one of a story I may or not continue. Set in American during the 1930s, inspired by Of Mice and Men
Top 5 things not to do in school.... by Sheepyblue Honestly, these are important and valuable rules that should be obeyed absolutely.... Just a quick piece for the challenge
Give Me A Shot At The Night by Sheepyblue 'Seriously, stop working. Come on, let’s talk about what it would be like if the world was square' - A Joni and Adrian story
The Painted Planet: Prologue by Sheepyblue ‘And they all lived happily ever after!’ Prologue to a novel, I'm starting work on
Junk Mail by Sheepyblue Some things are hard to adjust to. Some times it's difficult to accept something is yours.
An A* to Zee Guide to Success by Sheepyblue 'Ignite your engines parked cars, let's watch overpopulation and poverty slosh away like excess bath water'. An article
Glittering Stars by Sheepyblue Remember, not all that sparkles is gold - it's probably just tacky glitter. An attempt at an article/non fiction
By the Pool by Sheepyblue 'Wonderful creations, cobwebs. They provide food for one and keep me off the streets.’ For the RW challenge, ~a (Victorian) Adrian story.
The White Room by Sheepyblue Set in a Utopian future. A faulty child is brought to the Rown house to get a second chance, as after all, a negative will become positive.
Grenade Hearts: part one by Sheepyblue A diary based story on the relationship between two quite different people. ‘We’re wronging our sides, But righting our battle wounds.'
Quiet Blue Mornings by Sheepyblue Just a piece inspired by a place. 'All night the windows watched the waves and the ferries roll in and out...'
Enemy Territory by Sheepyblue Adrenalin pumps through veins like an exploding coke bottle. I stay low and dark; part of the night.A poem to go with a story I'm working on
Grenade Hearts by Sheepyblue Draw back, clasp gun, peek in the moonlight.Tanned skin, wild hair, grenade, trademark grin. It's what war does to you
Revolution in the Antiques Market by Sheepyblue He was dreaming of paper, ink and pens and marks which couldn’t be erased... and his father warned him he'd end up with psychiatrics
Clingfilm by Sheepyblue Diamonds are forever... until they chip. A poem. Companion piece to 'The Wife' but you don't need to read that first
Dress and Boots by Sheepyblue Just a quick little character sketch. Somewhat related to the 'Adrian stories'
What we'll never do... by Sheepyblue People are probably thinking it’s some student/teacher relationship, with the way she’s acting..... An Adrian story
Vegas? by Sheepyblue Friendships are difficult affairs, and make for some very interesting ear-wigging. A Jaz and Ara story.
On its own accord by Sheepyblue Removing all distractions is very difficult when one is part of you. A random piece that came into my head whilst being distracted.
A Thousand Words? by Sheepyblue Have you ever tried to create a thousand words through a picture and failed miserably? A poem.
Cakes do the best talking. by Sheepyblue A Christmas dinner equivalent, the great outdoors, a chatty child. It's all rather awful isn't it? An Adrian story.
At least the numbers don't change by Sheepyblue Caj sighed as the screen of his Sustainipaper shifted suddenly to blackness
The lifelong impression of one good comment by Niranjan Khatiwada In my own experience, my teacher’s compliments and guidance have shaped the person that I am.
Dismantling Palm Trees on Nine Eleven: Part One by Steve Molter Survival. A nation. An individual. Eleven years apart.
"Ed Wood" at 20 is Still the Great Metaphor for Indie Films by Thomas Willett "You people are insane! You're wasting your lives making s**t! Nobody cares! These movies are terrible!"
Drugs killed my friend by Niranjan Khatiwada Prevention of drug abuse is the most effective and humane way of addressing the consequences of illegal, harmful and mind-altering drugs.
How I became a teacher by Niranjan Khatiwada Inside me teaching profession has really created a force. It has furnished a backbone for me to stand erect.
I'm A Worrier by Anna Ryan Who worries About whether or not the pattern of my worrying is weird.
Like a Rock: Geology and Me Environmental • by Kit Bakke When the ash from the Mt St Helens volcanic explosion fell on me, I knew for sure that Geology was so cool.
Through the Eyes of an Avid Reader by GingerS Hidden Message Challenge response. 'If You Love Books and Reading.'
Review: Sword & Sworcery by Nardia Kelly Analysing some key elements of the game, what makes it such a unique and worthwhile interactive fiction. Gameplay spoilers.
Cinderella Grows A Spine Feminism • by Natasja Rose Cinderella never did much except go to a ball and have tiny feet. But what if she had?
What I Would Tell My 16 Year Old Self by LifesLittleQualities Giving Myself Advice From The Future
Venice or Virus? Controversial • by Sabine Shah Antonio also informed me that the streets of Venice leading to the auspicious ceremony will be blocked for general public for two hours. Wow
Words Unsaid by Vatsal Surti Existentialism, love, music and God...(from the novella TO DESIRE)
Do You Feel Better? by Poison Elizabeth Rose There's a boy in my Spanish class.... Here's is what I want to know.