RE: Wild imaginings

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Hello @warpedpoetic,
Perhaps inappropriately, I was amused by your narrative. For example here:

It took a millennium who had managed to survive through mouth to mouth resuscitation to tell of the paper who had began the journey.

or here:

It rose into space and decided to stay with the stars until the earth was wrung dry and hung on a clothesline. The gods could not find a peg

There's irony. There is the cycle of creation and destruction. There is exquisitely deployed language.

You are a master of words that precisely carry your intention.

As always, your piece was an adventure to read. I won't encourage you to continue writng, because I know you will write. I believe writing is a passion for you, a necessary outlet. We are grateful for that :)



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Thank you @agmoore. I needed to bring some levity to the plot. Besides, the more unreal the story became, the more I dared with what my characters can be and do. I simply sought to set them free to exist.

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