941-926-6413

Creative Writing Workshop- Short Stories

09/23/2020

Creative Writing Workshop- Short Stories

Short Stories:

by Lyle S.

“Timeless?”- Tornadic winds ended marathon baseball tie!

“Stop!”- Infinite odds catch the “gambler” again.

“Plant Show”- Did I enter My Iris yet ?

“Voting”- Our freedom, Our right, Our responsibility !!

“Flag”- Respected when representing sacrifices of Bearer.

“FAMILY”- Faith, Attitude, Maturity, In-Laws, Love, Youth.

 

 

by Cynthia J.

“White Feathers”- Find them. Sort them. Tint them.

 

 

by David B.

“Bootcamp”- On my own, was I prepared?

“Heartache”- Cancer has returned, third time around.

“My Wife”- Sweet, smart, sporty, steady, sensational smile!

“Tough Sport”- Grown men, ice, speed, sticks & puck.

“Florida Strong”- Determined to succeed, neighborly & generous!

“Mornings”- Fresh beginning, rested body, new goals

 

 

by Bob L.

Most important question: who am I?

I have Parkinson's. Never the same.

You take care of me. Always.

Sometimes I'm too sad. To cry.

Who’s most blessed?  Learned or poor?

Sometimes life is short. Sometimes long

Related Articles


Administrative Office and Mailing Address: 722 Apex Rd. Suite A, Sarasota, FL 34240

NEURO CHALLENGE FOUNDATION FOR PARKINSON'S IS A 501(C)(3) CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. CH26789.
Copyright © 2020 NeuroChallenge Foundation. All Rights Reserved.
NOTION Design Group

COVID-19 Update:

The health and safety of our Parkinson’s community is our number one priority. Until further notice, Neuro Challenge's programs and services are being offered virtually.

Neuro Challenge's goal is to educate, engage and empower the Parkinson’s community. During these uncertain times we find it most important to provide information and resources that address COVID-19 and Parkinson’s Disease. Please visit our Covid-19 and PD page for more information. 

Covid-19 and PD