Poetry

Just Words by Sarah Williams

He is drowning in a sea of words. A language that will never belong to him: hypothesis, photosynthesis, thesis - conform. The teacher’s monotonous monotone voice drones on as wave upon wave of words pummel towards him. He catches the odd one or two, but most pass by as he slowly drifts further out to… Continue reading Just Words by Sarah Williams

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #11

'Blue' [Definition: A colour intermediate of green and violet, as of the sky on a sunny day, or a feeling of melancholy or sadness.]  Every week, Forever Endeavour is here to give you a word, picture or song lyric to ignite your imagination and get you writing your next piece. Whether it propels you back… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #11

Poetry

Camouflage by Bharti Bansal

Sometimes my face reeks of the disappointments As if someone will look at me And tell in an instant that I have wanted to die in the past As if someone will pass by me And the sweat of my body will tell him about how I coughed when I put my mother's stole around… Continue reading Camouflage by Bharti Bansal

Advice

Never Written a Story? Here’s how to Get Started

I meet people every day who tell me they can’t write a story. The truth, however, is that we’ve grown up writing stories, creating make-believe worlds and imaginary scenarios. No one has lost the ability to write a story, in fact, I’m a firm believer that anyone can write a story. But, if you’re struggling… Continue reading Never Written a Story? Here’s how to Get Started

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #10

'Escape' [Definition: To break free from confinement or constraint.]   Every week, Forever Endeavour is here to give you a word, picture or song lyric to ignite your imagination and get you writing your next piece. Whether it propels you back to a vivid memory or sparks a whole new narrative or idea, challenge yourself… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #10

Poetry

Pastel Skies by Ben Robinson

I’m sad for what we could’ve been, I’m sad for what we could’ve had, I’m sad for the world we could’ve made, And isn’t it scary, How I know my way round your body, I know your pains, your truths, your lies, I know about all your pastel skies, Yet I know about your goodbyes.… Continue reading Pastel Skies by Ben Robinson

Advice

Weekly Writing Prompt #9

"I want to see you but you're not mine" - Undo, The 1975  Every week, Forever Endeavour is here to give you a word, picture or song lyric to ignite your imagination and get you writing your next piece. Whether it propels you back to a vivid memory or sparks a whole new narrative or… Continue reading Weekly Writing Prompt #9

Non-Fiction

Alton Towers by Rebecca Woolley

Make a wish! Brand new ground that’s begging to be explored. The shrieks and screams that bubble with enthusiasm ring through my ears, alerting my reflexes of possible adventure approaching. Stomachs growling, pleading for something after the long, tedious journey, encouraging our first stop to be the ‘Rollercoaster Restaurant’. An experience like never before. After… Continue reading Alton Towers by Rebecca Woolley