15 January 2012

Six Sentence Sunday 1/15



Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey y'all! I'm glad you're spending part of your Sunday with meeeeeeeeee. Hopefully it's worth your while.

To visit my fellow Sixers (who are DEFINITELY worth your while) visit the official site.

For hours afterward I tried to figure it out. What did she mean? The wheel of frustration kept turning as I stared into the pond, facing myself head-on for the first time since I awoke. My eyes, large blue cat eyes, swam with the emotions that swam in the eyes of a human. They cried human tears, expressed human grief, betrayed human fears. I forced myself to stare into my face because I wanted to remember what it meant to be human.

14 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

I can sense the sadness and struggle within the character. Nice six!

Lisa Fox said...

Excellent writing. I feel her struggle.

Alix said...

Great writing!

Laura Kaye said...

I like the feel of this a lot. My only thought would be to not repeat "swam". Otherwise, the moment has great atmosphere.

karladoyle said...

Ooh, intriguing! Nice six :)

Sandra Bunino said...

A very well written, telling six. The character's sadness and confusion shines through your words. Nicely done.

Dee Carney said...

This is both very deep and intriguing.

Karysa Faire said...

Wow, interesting. What's going on here? I'll come back next week to find out!

Jennifer Wilck said...

Good emotion. Nice six.

lexcade said...

Thanks everyone :) I tried really hard to avoid her becoming melodramatic...it was difficult.

Layna Pimentel said...

I love that last line.

Pippa Jay said...

Poor thing. Does she even know why she's been changed?

Sandra Sookoo said...

Nice struggle you've done here :-)

lbdiamond said...

Ooooo, poor Dima!

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