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Soul Prophecy Competition by Meya L

March19

The nightmares plagued me, day and night, a portal to 1692 that wouldn’t shut. They went something like this: “Did you hear what happened to Mr. Marshall this week?” asked Elizabeth. Elizabeth was a friend, and Mr. Marshall was my nosy next-door neighbor who glared at everything through his soot-covered curtains when he thought nobody […]

100 WC week 25 by Meya L

March19

They say I surfaced out of nowhere, a grinning figure constructed of oxidized copper. Situated behind me was an overgrown garden that hadn’t been tended in many years. Some say I was set there to protect the garden, but others say I was a curse set by an evil sorcerer, meant to curse the garden. […]

Soul Writing Competition (Rough Draft) by Meya L.

March5

        “Did you hear what happened to Mr. Marshall this week?” asked Elizabeth. Elizabeth was a friend and Mr. Marshall was my nosy next-door neighbor who glared at everything through his soot-covered curtains when he thought no one was looking.          “No, what happened?”         “Well… his […]

Color Haikus by Meya L.

February23

Violet Violet is the  Deep Color of Hyacinths Of peace and constance   Onyx Swirling gemstones and The statement of crow feathers Piercing like onyx   Honey Honey is warm like The color of desert sand Gentle yet striking   Crimson Crimson, the color Of spilled blood and enraged hearts Unpredictable

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Week 21 100 WC by Meya L.

February19

I, King Sisyphus, couldn’t believe my luck. Free of punishment once I rolled a boulder up a hill? Easy. Smiling to myself, I glanced at the retreating robed figure of Hades. I trudged toward the boulder, readying myself for freedom. I started rolling the stone upward, but it was heavier than I expected. Almost there! […]

100 Word Challenge by Meya L

February11

I was walking down a deserted hallway when the yellow bicycle appeared. It just came from the right with no warning and no biker. It skidded to a stop a few feet in front of me, huffing and puffing. “Don’t eat lucky charms tomorrow morning,” it warned. “What?” In my world, bicycles didn’t issue warnings […]

The Perfect Garden by Meya L

February11

“‘The Perfect Garden’ was what people called it. Its fragrant scent of jasmines and roses attracted crowds of travelers from all roads, its elegant ebony branches reaching past the sleek redwood gates, beckoning, welcoming. A marble path led to the center of the garden, where a stone fountain the size of a willow tree sat, […]

100 word challenge by Meya L

February4

Slowly, cautiously, the butterfly creeped out of its chrysalis, taking its first glance at the outside world as a winged insect. Hesitantly, it crawled onto the branch that the chrysalis hung from and flexed its wings, ready to take flight. The girl watching the butterfly in fascination tilted her head in confusion when it just […]

Kyian Groans in Despair by Meya L

January26

The shield had been there for as long as 12-year-old Kyian was alive, protecting the town from the toxins that now polluted the Earth. But now, and for some reason in a time when she just had to be alive, the shield was breaking, first it was tiny cracks, then there was the Hole. The […]

The Women in the Cottage by Meya L

January23

Even though my head is buried under the covers and the windows are closed, I still hear the wails. Groaning, I methodically throw off the snow-white sheets. I slip on my work shoes and stagger outside. I fling open the shed doors to find a shovel, specifically one with rust and a sharp point. Suddenly, […]



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