31 thoughts on “Create-A-Story Tag: Crescendo (Music + Sea + Tragedy)

  1. magnificent job. ohmygawd, you just weave words as if it was nothing. I knew you’d do great, and that’s why I tagged you, lol. You should be proud of your work. it’s amazing.
    thanks for joining the tag 🙂

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  3. Thank you so much for the tag! Your kind words when tagging me are so lovely to read 😭💖 This looks like such an amazing tag and I’m so excited to give it a go myself! Your story was incredible and I am in awe at your ability to create such beautiful images with words! 💜

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  4. Thank you so much for the nomination!!! I didn’t know what to post today and now I know! 😀 Thank you also your nice words! It made me so happy and smile ear to ear eheh As usual, you are spoiling me xD

    Regarding your story… So beatifully written! God, I would love to know how to write like this! Great job! 😀

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  6. As someone who has been privy to those side of your writing for a long while. I’m very happy someone did this and forced your hand to put something out there 🙂 as for the story its haunting and beautiful at the same time. You have a way with words that transports the read into the story instead of leaving them as just an outside viewer. And this story with the ghost of grief haunting a young girl as she decides to leave herself to the ocean is simply awe inducing. Thank you

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    • Thank you so much for your kindness and continued support. I know when I begin writing things like this, I can be a bit difficult to be around to the heaviness surrounding me. I appreciate you.

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  7. I miss the way you play instruments, whether it’s the piano or violin. It’s hard to believe that your story is less than 1,000 words. It’s so powerful, so moving, so melancholic (one of your fave words, I believe). You can feel your grief for you brother in this story. I know it’s about him because you only write about music when it has to do with him, particularly, your grief of losing him. I pray to God that I never have to experience a loss as profound as the one you’ve experienced. I’m not nearly strong enough to live through it… You are simply sensational; so magnificently talented. I impatiently await the day for your book to be published because I KNOW it will happen. You’re far too talented for it not to. ♥

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    • SERIOUSLY, STOP MAKING ME CRY! Lol.

      I do only write about music when it has to do with him, you caught me. It was our thing, aside from racing. I haven’t picked up an instrument since his passing. This is how I play music now, via words, in his remembrance. Thanks for being so supportive of all of my shenanigans. Blessed for you in my life, cousin. ♥

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  8. Wow, this was amazing to read! The grief of losing someone comes through and it’s very powerful. It’s a very emotional piece and I really liked that. Thank you for sharing this. 🙂

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