May 20

100WC – Harclaw – Arthur

Retiring to my tree hut, I stoked the fire. Outside the wind howled and rain fell from the sky in sheets. Heating some camomile tea I pulled up my box-chair and draped a raccoon hide over my shoulders. I couldn’t wait for spring. A leaf blew through my only window and landed in the hungry flames only to be incinerated immediately. I was ravenous and my stomach would not stop groaning. Tossing some fox flank into a tin, I propped it up on the clay shelf over the fire and cracked some nuts.

“Do you think we’ll make it Harclaw?”


Posted May 20, 2020 by arthur19 in category Uncategorized

1 thoughts on “100WC – Harclaw – Arthur

  1. mrsmurrin

    An atmospheric piece Arthur- this would make a great story opening. I want to know where and why Harclaw and the narrator going!
    Each of your ing starter sentences is good- but you have used this same sentence type repeatedly in the paragraph. Would more variety improve it further- perhaps an ly or an ed starter?

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