Sunday Best: the chasm

Dear reader,

This week was the final week of the Bridges theme on FVR, so I hoped you enjoyed reading the myriad of work shared this month.

Next month’s theme is Blossom and the submissions are open. Week one is already full so 15 places remain! Guidelines are here.

Catch up on the pieces which rounded off such a chaotic month for us all, as always I hope you find solace in the words of FVR’s contributors:

Tuesday – Gabriela M.

Wednesday – Stephen W. Buchanan

Thursday – Kevin J. Fellows

Friday – Punam Sharma

Saturday – mayhem


March’s final prompt was ‘the chasm’, here are three responses taken from WordPress and Instagram:

Stephen from fullbeardlit.org

“I dare you” said she to him standing one foot back
from an edge they didn’t know what knife cut between
the thought on this side of the chasm and the thought
on the other side. Inch by inch they approached sharp
moments that awaited their hearts burning as they do
when the emptiness begins to anticipate being filled
not sure if it wants to be filled or acknowledged by water
that floods like blood from the wound made by the knife
used to cut the chasm that now separates two thoughts
that once were one that together made peculiar sense
to the mystified child who could not believe in the cliff
that might be jumped from in search of flight,
in search of…

wildflower_wordings on IG

And FVR’s editor… @kristianamst


I look forward to Blossoming in April with you!

Happy writing!

Kristiana

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