Day 30/30-Day Writing Challenge

“Do Soldiers Die?” I asked my Papa

Anthony Huie

Early one afternoon, as a young child sitting in my front yard, excited to see the army march passed our gate, I would grow up to become a soldier, I told myself. In great numbers singing songs in unison, such impressive pageantry moved me. On this particular day, as the…

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Day 29/30-Day Writing Challenge

More than half the world have no idea

Photo by Joshua J. Cotten on Unsplash

On the road to becoming a better writer I have learned the balance between speaking one’s truth, not all truths are to be spoken and the value of politically balancing the relevance of a topic with one’s own political center. Today’s prompt has stuck the cord of silence, the cord…

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Day 28/30-Day Writing Challenge

Breakfast is an exciting way to intersect with strangers

Truman G Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s was the very first movie to convince me that breakfast was an easy way of bridging new friendships. The comedic banter between Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard while not directly relatable, for those having read my earlier submission about films in my life…

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Day 27 /30-Day Writing Challenge

Most are trying to get away, I’m trying to return

Maurice Harrison of Eco Tourism

Many will write about getting away, today, I find myself wishing for the opportunity to return. To be clear, I have spent longer now in my new home than I have in my birth home and I would never turn my back on the flag of my adopted home or…

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Anthony Cloe Huie

Anthony Cloe Huie

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