|Self Improvement Non-Fiction posted May 13, 2014|
Short Story-Contest Entry-I Remember
But, My Mother Is Crazy
I Remember Contest Winner
Begin your non-fiction autobiographical story or poem with the words 'I remember...' Complete the sentence conveying a moment, an object, a feeling, etc. This does not have to be a profound memory, but should allow readers insight into your feelings, observations and/or thoughts. Use at least 100, but not more than 1,000 words. The count should be stated in your author notes.
Word count 499. I hope this doesn't come across as uncaring. I do realize that things that occur in childhood have a profound influence on our lives. I have run across people too many times that have let that define their lives. I simply think that the direction to move is always forward. As long as there is time left there is no telling what can happen. Think of the best year of your life. What if the next year is better. Does it matter how old you are? The "artwork" is mine.This is written to be read by all ages. So, hopefully the language is simple enough for school age individuals, but not too simple for adults to garner meaning.Pays one point and 2 member cents.
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