STORY: Innocence, a Novel

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STORY: Innocence, a Novel

Postby c_nordlander » Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:22 pm

Another short story that I wrote a while back. Realistic, unlike most of my work. It doesn't really have a driving plot: instead, it's a series of small vignettes that show how bits of your innocence are eroded away as part of the process of growing up. No objectionable content.

And no, it's not an actual novel, just 3 pages.

If you want to read it, drop me a line and I'll mail it to you. All constructive criticism is of course greatly appreciated.
The noose draws tighter;
This is the end;
I'm a good fighter
But a bad friend;
I've played the traitor
Over and over;
I'm a good hater
But a bad lover.


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Re: STORY: Innocence, a Novel

Postby Gulliver63 » Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:05 pm

I'll volunteer; I'm in the middle of writing something very different myself, and am very excited about it. BTW, Gulliver63@yahoo.com
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Re: STORY: Innocence, a Novel

Postby Gulliver63 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:30 am

Very nice - very big on description. Always nice to get a different view on things across the pond. You've got a good way of connecting with that child that we've left behind so many years ago.
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Re: STORY: Innocence, a Novel

Postby missy_misery » Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:22 am

Please do send it along! I'd love to read.
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