Journal Task #7 – Insults Delight

BEATRICE – What a delight to see the beef-witted toad at this extravagant feast. BENEDICK – It be a pleasure to bring happiness where I go. Yet I’m surprised a feast extravagant as this had invited such as yourself. BEATRICE – Well pardon myself for I should not be worthy to bask in the presence…

Journal Task #6 – Broken

I can see it Not just feel it I can see it too How it’s broken Our world and everything we know Broken Broken like a shattered plate A shattered plate that was once a part of a limited edition collection of fine china from a place that was burnt down and the one object…

No More – Journal Task #5

JANUARY 16 – First day of middle school. First day. First day of many years to come. Through the blue gates. On the pathway made for two. Currently used by one. This is how it starts. First day. JANUARY 21- First week done. MARCH 23 – First term done. I’ve made some friends, I think. They pick on everyone, ”It’s…

Journal Task #4 – Stars

Within a time span of three minutes, I am the star. I have all eyes, all ears. All of them. No moment in life can compare to the ones on the stage, but somehow, somehow on this bitter night, behind the thousands of stars that beam towards my face, making me their own. He is…

Journal Task #3 – I Can’t Write

I can’t write. As a child I followed the rules, listening to every constant bell and teacher instructions. I thought that was what life was, always doing what was expected of me as if I was a lion in a circus waiting for my next trick. But it turns out, life is the complete opposite,…

Journal Task #2 – Trapped

Going for my dental check up, I take a seat and lie down ready for my inspection. My inspection by my glowing red, beady-eyed dentist. He’s probably put contacts in I guess, “Hey John when did you get the contacts in?” surely when he answered my question, all the other questions that I had would…

Journal Task #1

I could see the world as I knew it coming to an end as I fell from the cliff. Who knew death could be so overwhelming, my head was overrun with memories of my first birthday all the way to the few but crucial moments that lead me to my one way ticket out. Let…