Inspiration Call: Character Development


Inspiration Call: This is the character in your next chapter. Provide us with a small glance into their characteristics by creating a short story or poem.

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  1. Gave his best years, working dusk till dawn
    If the lines on his face could talk
    Earned a living by the sweat of his brow
    But somebody had to raise a family somehow
    Food doesn’t put itself on the table
    He’s given to the government until there’s nothing left
    But once you reach a certain age, Uncle Sam just pats you on
    the back.

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  2. Getting up every morning
    Working for peanuts
    They say I am in huge debt
    But all the money’s spent
    Now all I have is my soul
    I’m not giving up
    Some things are just too precious


  3. His was a heart to great to explain. A man with a soul, unstained, though his crust blemished – a fall, a fall of one far from youth. But, council were in his eyes, light searching like that of torch, burning for something in the darkness. A man. A mortal. Yet also immortal. A spirit who knew, who still does, whose calls still echo silently in the halls of our minds where we forever shut the boxes on such entities. Ah, yes, his is a kind heart, a knowing heart – one that sings “alas! it is so, though I strive in vain.” But the work of his hands are never in vain. The song in his heart are never in vain.


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