Snippets 1: Trees that bend don’t break

“We could go away together. Leave all of this behind”, I said, stroking her cheek. “You can’t run away from your memories”. “What makes you so sure? We could build a different life. You and me. We are free, you know?” “Are we really? Are we really free?” she asked with a fleeting smile. “What …

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Answer to Writing Prompt: Homophone Misuse

This is my answer to a fun writing prompt by Cubby from Reowr (please check out their blog). The challenge was to finish a poem using silly homophones (i.e. words that sound the same, but have different meaning). The first two lines were given:   Gone are the days of princesses And nights in shining …

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