Mirror, Mirror, upon the wall, Will we ever escape it all? People arrive through the theatre doors when the sun has finished setting and the streets outside are dark and damp. Carrying champagne glasses and paper programmes, they find their seats and remove their evening coats and their faux-fur wrappings. They admire the chandelier hanging … Continue reading Caprice
The city awakens to the rumble of the early morning traffic as cars and buses sleepily roll along its slate grey streets. Large trucks and vans filled with various products make their way to the shops that are quietly pulling up their heavy shutters and letting the early morning light illuminate their structured interiors. People … Continue reading Cityscape.
Just a little context: this is an exercise I had to do as part of my Creative Writing class last semester. Take an introductory sentence from the handout and continue writing in the same register. (up to 500 words) Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. The time … Continue reading Creative Writing.