Today’s #CleanWIP theme and collaborative article is Bird. [More info]
tl; dr: #CleanWIP theme for Tuesday, January 5: BIRD— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) January 5, 2021
Long version: We’re playing hashtag games to find writers who prefer the clean end of the spectrum & highlight their words for readers who love them.
Longest version: https://t.co/Oj6maiYSYB #amReading #amWriting pic.twitter.com/ODieJbE5rG
Sentient wolves on planet Drako waited to meet the humans foretold by their ancestors. When two-legs dropped from the sky in a giant silver bird, the wolves wonder if these creatures could be intelligent.— Diane Rapp (@DianeRapp) January 4, 2021
HOWL OF THE WOLF https://t.co/0waikV26Nj #CleanIndieReads #ArtKNB #IARTG pic.twitter.com/9Qs6L6eEr4
A bird sang somewhere in the distance while a chorus of crickets chirped near the garage. She almost relaxed.— Lea Carter (@LeaCarterWrites) January 5, 2021
“Thanks for walking me back.” Tyrel smiled. “I have a funny feeling I’d have gotten lost.”
Merry frowned, unsure if he was joking or not.#cleanwip#socialanxiety pic.twitter.com/3KRneD2x6I
~ Earl Chinnici ~
I began writing in a composition book in 2011 as I quit smoking gradually then later published a memoir about the journey. After much consideration, I decided to include in the book the notes I had written, in nearly raw form so as not to leave out something that might help somebody else overcome tobacco cigarette addiction. Reading this short passage from the morning of my third day without a cigarette still makes me feel good—despite the many tragedies that have since occurred. Can you imagine if I had been smoking a cigarette when the tornado destroyed my home around me? It’s strange this moment is the first time that thought crossed my mind.
The sun is just beginning to rise, relatively speaking. It is 6:20 and I feel good, as I sit here on the steps just outside of my front door and enjoy a cup of dark roasted coffee and a symphony of birds and other animals. This just keeps getting better.
Mathew 6:26 Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. #biblequote— Christian Book Finds (@ChristBookFinds) January 5, 2021