My “Calm Zone” (Writing 101: Day Two)

11 thoughts on “My “Calm Zone” (Writing 101: Day Two)”

  1. Even in unhappy childhoods, there are people or places that helped us get through the trauma (or drama). Don’t be ashamed that you needed a place to go and maybe you can re-visit some time. Kids love to climb trees. It gives us a different perspective on things.

    1. Thank you for the feedback Susan. That place has always been something I think about, even though it was such a small area, it had a great impact at the time.

  2. It seemed so happy. Why are you not proud? Sounds like a place you could go out of your way to visit and not long for it. You have a nice style. Keep it up.
    Maybe because I am older, but I found the white on black really hard to read.

    1. Sorry, the black on white was just a preference for me and a couple friends. Thank you for the compliments

  3. I gather from your post that you are a young adult so I was surprised by the nostalgic and melancholy feeling I got when I read it. Very well don. The white on black did not bother me, despite my advanced state of decrepitude, because the font was large–at least on my browser.

    1. Thank you jill. I wasn’t expecting any feedback this quickly from you guys, i’m glad i joined the challenge. I’m actually not even an adult yet, if that surprises you.

  4. This wasn’t too long or wordy at all, I was quite intrigued to know more actually. However, I write long posts usually, it’s just part of my style. You should embrace what is unique about you and be proud because it makes you who you are. Writing and nature are my sanity.

    1. Thank you for that. I was trying to be a little shorter because I haven’t written a story in awhile. I’m thankful for the different comments i’m getting; If you haven’t noticed, i’m a little new to blogging the stuff i write.

    1. Thank you. I need the help with punctuation sometimes. You’re more than welcome to critique mine for that.

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