Another bit of poetry, inspired by a scene.
A summer scene, for the first day of July.
Happy Canada Day! 🙂
I’ve had a portrait of my character Zouriel hanging from my wall since I moved in and it finally coaxed me into writing something with him again. This is a short scene, which I set far in the future in my novel-verse. Perhaps in what would be book two or three.
A short story vignette I wrote based on a scene I got in my head one morning and I tried to convey the feelings it created in me as it played out. It may or may not feature a character from my novel, I made it vague on purpose, as a challenge.
I admit I’ve been stalling a bit on the literary front. April was spent writing a 25,000 novella for CampNaNo (based on This Story Snippet) and after that all of my writing energies have gone into slowly crafting my autobiography (partially as therapy, but also because I feared I would begin to forget things if I did not write it down somewhere).
So, consider this my first attempt at fictional writing in quite some time.
Inspired by the wacky weather during my morning walk I wrote this, which is really an alternate take on a scene from my novel, from the pov of another character. It wont be used in the novel, it’s just a fun exercise on alternate viewpoints and such.