C. H. Richard
My passion is and has always been writing. I am particularly drawn to writing fiction that has relatable storylines which hopefully keep readers engaged
The Rapture Of Pigeons
Activity was a high that afternoon at the Sunny Day Assisted Living as Margot waited for her grandson to take her out. When Jake drove up in a 1962 Buick Special convertible, the same marlin blue color that Margot adored, several residents stood up from their chairs to get a better look at the iconic set of wheels.
Saving The Puritan Sea Monster
September 2022- Rhea My eyes were already heavy from the little sleep as I worked a double shift at The Donut Place the day before. I entered my last class for the day, an elective at Pearce Community College called “Women in New England During The Seventeenth Century.” I’m not sure why I selected this class other than it fit into my schedule and I needed the credits if I was ever going to transfer into four-year college. I wasn’t sure what I even wanted to do with my life yet. I was just kind of floating, but I felt like getting a degree in something would help.
Taking Time With Haiku
I have enjoyed each of the Haiku challenges. Poetry in general has not been my forte, but I now have more of an appreciation for all the different forms of the genre. A few of my poems have even made a top story which has been exciting. So that being said I am very grateful to Vocal once again for the opportunity to write and have really enjoyed the Haiku challenges in particular.