Chinemerem

United Kingdom

Chinemerem (United Kingdom) liked black / swan (thank you for 100!!) by naomi ling (United States)

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Chinemerem (United Kingdom) published:

Smile

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2020

“Sometimes doing nothing is more draining than doing something."

She nods and offers a small, sad smile. Her eyes reflect mine. "But the thought of doing anything makes my stomach turn. And any happiness I had hidden away is hurled from my body and all that is left is an awful taste."

She wipes a tear away and sacrifices a small, sad smile. One tear leads to another and control becomes a chore so I let go. I rub my...

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6 months ago

Chinemerem (United Kingdom) liked A Family in Mesolithic Europe by black_and_red_ink (Canada)

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Chinemerem (United Kingdom) liked Cynical by Wicked! (India)

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Chinemerem (United Kingdom) liked all the colours of our flags by inanutshell (Singapore)

6 months ago

Chinemerem (United Kingdom) liked A Collection Of Letters Never Sent by lindsmariebuck (United States)

7 months ago

Chinemerem (United Kingdom) liked don't you mind? by inanutshell (Singapore)

7 months ago

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Chinemerem (United Kingdom) published:

Dip in the Pool

FREE WRITING

She found her respite in the early hours at the beach, drifting through glassy water. Before the beach swelled with sound and burst with people--like a live can of sardines--she could hear and see so much more of herself.

In these early hours it is just her, the undistrubed grains of sand, and a world-sized pool--gently swaying her worries away and pouring new life into her soul.

The silence moulds her.

 

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7 months ago

Chinemerem (United Kingdom) published:

The Little I Know

PROMPT: Environmental Writing Competition September 2018

I've heard of sunsets that spill across the horizon and soak the sky with shades of orange, blood and pink. I've seen pictures of fast-flowing rivers and pristine lakes—ravenous, majestic and foaming from each torrent or a mirror of the world.

They call it nature. A thing of brush-stroked perfection, lines in a book, a snapshot in time, captured in the words of those who have seen and awed, and delivered to those who have not. 

What would I know...

over 2 years ago

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Chinemerem (United Kingdom) published:

The Little I Know

PROMPT: Environmental Writing Competition September 2018

I've heard about sunsets that spill across the horizon and soak the sky and clouds with shades of orange, blood red and sometimes pink. I've seen pictures of fast-flowing rivers and pristine lakes-ravenous, majestic and foamimg from each torrent or a mirror of the world.

They call it nature. A thing of brushstroked perfection, lines in a book, a snapshot of time, captured in the words of those who have seen and awed and delivered to those who have not. 
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over 2 years ago