“Peace and Battle” is a two-part acrostic poem based on the word November.
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I hope you enjoy this flash fiction story!
The Key and the Garden
An old brick wall stood behind the house Time attempted to bring it down, Bit by bit, cracking here and there A weathered and gray wooden door Donned a lock awaiting its key The key eventually found a sad, but curious girl And entrusted itself into her hand She united the key with its lockContinue reading “The Key and the Garden”
Brandon takes a crack at an “American Sentence”
Brandon shares an eerie poem for Halloween
10,000 Views; 5,000 Visitors
Brandon writes about a milestone in his blogging.
A Witchy Limerick (Almost)
There once was a clumsy witch, And one day she got an itch, To go to Dracula’s house to get a view, But she lost control and broke right through; When she did she yelled “Son of a––Goblin!”…? Copyright © 2022 Brandon Ellrich This poem was written in response to Simply 6 Minutes – WelcomeContinue reading “A Witchy Limerick (Almost)”
Caturday, October 28, 2022
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Autumn Winter Wedding
This cadralor was written in response to W3 Prompt #26: Wea’ve Written Weekly at The Skeptic’s Kaddish, so please visit his page to participate and/or read other responses. This one took some thought, and I’m not entirely sure I followed the specific parameters of a true cadralor, but I think I at least came close. PleaseContinue reading “Autumn Winter Wedding”
This short story is in anticipation of Halloween. I hope you enjoy it.