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Literary – October 12

“You don’t write about the horrors of war. No. You write about a kid’s burnt socks lying in the road.”

Richard Price, born this date in 1949.

Writing prompt: Describe from your protagonist’s point of view and in your protag’s voice the most life-altering image s/he has ever encountered.

One Response to “Literary – October 12”

  1. David Kuhner says:

    After 7 years and 2 young boys, he felt the shock of rejection smack him in the face causing immediate concern for his separation from the daily love and involvement of his children.”

    The gut wrenching feeling of sorrow and stress became a daily expectation requiring every muscle in his body to concentrate on the daily responsibilities of his job.

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