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The Writer’s Call: A Film Poem About Why I Write

The Writer’s Call: A Poem Your words must wash the floor for love, I heard it all declare. I kissed my pen, swore this decree to air. Then set to work on bended knee, a childlike creep through house and street, to clean through what’s encrusted there. It’s done for you, kind reader, dear, who walks my words across the page, who seeks clear ground in marks I make: that glisten in your gleaning eye, that shines with mine, us both to see how in the clearing, all can be.

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Try This. £5000 for 100 Words.

I’ll be brief today. Hemingway once famously wrote a story in six – yes, six – words and is said to have declared it his best work. So the good people at Readers Digest UK are being positively lavish in allowing you a whole 100 words in which to tell a story of yours — and offering a £5000 prize for the best. If you want to have a go at flash fiction, it’s a good incentive. Details and Read More

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