Micro Story Published by Paragraph Planet

Today (August 31, UK time) I have a new microfiction up at Paragraph Planet. The daily stories are 75 words each–and that includes the title.

This story is about the creative spirit that only can die out with the person.

Caregiver, carer hand holding elder hand woman in hospice care. Philanthropy kindness to disabled concept.Public Service Recognition Week


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33 responses to “Micro Story Published by Paragraph Planet

  1. Congratulations on your publication! I loved your story. (The Paragraph Planet website not so much. It’s very hard to read.)

  2. That’s quite a challenge to convey all that information and emotion in only 75 words. So well done, Luanne. Really sweet. Sad, but sweet.

  3. You did it beautifully in 75 words, Luanne! Two of my relatives and a neighbor were in hospice. I understand the emotions.

  4. A stunning story, Luanne

  5. Congratulations, Luanne and a powerful and poignant story is so few words! I loved the small details and found in shorter pieces these especially add the depth to the pieces. Xx

    • Annika, thank you! I am fascinated how micro pieces work. A collection of well-ordered details tells a tiny story that works as a portal to a larger imagined story in the reader. I think so at least.

  6. Congrats! Great story!

  7. You pack a lot into 75 words! Well done.

  8. Congratulations on your story! The emotions came shining through in those seventy-five words!

  9. So much emotion in just 75 words, congratulations. 🙂

  10. Amy

    Very powerful and beautifully written.

  11. Thanks, Luanne, for sharing your MicroPublication. A tender thought and photo.

  12. It took me a minute to find it but it was a powerful story for such few words. A subject I’m very interested in these days.

  13. Luanne, I couldn’t find your story on Paragraph Planet. Not only did I find the site difficult to navigate but when I put your name in their search engine I got a message that there was an error and the site was not secure.

  14. Thanks Luanne. I appreciate you posting your story here. I loved that you linked a dream with the unconscious. Your 75 words reminded me of when my sister was dying and unconscious a nurse came into the room and encouraged us to speak to her telling us that she can hear us. There’s so much about the unconscious that is so mysterious even that one can create in this state. <3

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