Story and Poem of the Month
Posted by Insertponceyfrenchnamehere on Sun, 07 Feb 2021
Our Story and Poem for the month of January, very kindly chosen by onemorething:
As always, with such a wealth of diverse and fantastic writing shared here, it’s very hard to choose just one poem and story.
Poem of the Month is Kilb50’s To A Lone Sailor. Such a beautiful poem. It left me lost for words and deeply moved.
Rosa Cruz’s Fair Maids of February is wonderful - you can sense Spring on the horizon.
Socialeaf’s First Light glows with the simple hope of dawn.
Story of the Month is Simon Barget’s My Father’s Bones - surreal and darkly funny.
Special mentions also for these great stories:
Bhi’s The Anatomy of Death - cleverly done, absorbing. Do read chapters 2 and 3 too.
I can’t help, but also mention Simon Barget’s A Day In The Life - it’s brilliant.
Celticman has written a series of these - all worthy of a mention.
Another writer who you could always trust to deliver a reliably excellent tale is Sean McNulty. This one is for schooled and unschooled brutes alike.