Mistakes Are Maroon

Mistakes. They are not pitch black like the darkest midnight. They are not vivid in red, either, like the most kissable of lips. Instead, mistakes are maroon. A mixture and blend of both colors, stirring together to create one of the most finest shades. It is because the dimness of black and the royalness of … Continue reading Mistakes Are Maroon

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The Best Vocabulary To Use While Writing A Thriller

October has come and gone, but its spookiness lives and thrives in published stories and novels throughout the other eleven months. Ghosts and goblins are never afraid to present themselves in the middle of February or through the nights of June. Each story genre comes with its own set of rules, standards, and writing technique. … Continue reading The Best Vocabulary To Use While Writing A Thriller

A January Poem: The Letter A

Tiny handsClenching long, shiny polesReflections of smilesAnd victim ofBouncing soundsCotton candy tunesEcstatic volumesWiggling bottoms andPressing toesLike airplane anticipationAwaiting takeoffSpindle to a recordThe spinning beginsWeak twirls grow in magnitudeAnd multitudeHorses trotting lightlyBefore galloping and leapingLifting and droppingA merry-go-roundDanceA circuit patternYou never wantTo endBee-line wishesFrom dandelion to constellationThe aroma of amusementSweet tripsTo swirling worldsLike hoola-hoopsA ring is … Continue reading A January Poem: The Letter A