I've been writing off and on for years, and I've become a great fan of minimalism. In reality, less is more...it leaves more room for interpretation, it leaves spaces for questioning, and forces the readers to use their rusty imaginations....that said...don't sweat the writers's block...because out of it you've produced a very nice, though simple and short, read. But...when I have writers block, I just write whatever I'm thinking. For example...."The sun sets and....I'd really like a taco, Did I turn the stove off? And the children laugh in the incoming twilight...Crap! My precalc assignment is due!" It seems kind of silly, since its a silly example...but I eventually come across a good idea that I can run with... Good write, and Good luck
Trust me, this is a FREAKIN AWESOME begining! Here's some ways to help... I think. Its gonna get hard if you're not going back to this soon.
1) As you write, describe whatever there is clinging onto you at that moment. Like, feelings, life happenings, encounters, moods, etc. The main question is 'What happened?'...
2)If you can't put your finger on your work, forget about it for a period of time. When you come back to read it, think for a first impression, think of how did the writer(obviously 'you' but don't think about that.) had probably felt then, and continue from there.
Don't stress the words will come.U will find in your writting life U will have many words ,fragments and bits of writing everywhere.We are not perfect creatures and no first draft should be the final product 'till we are satisfied. R we ever though?Maybe try to visulise what will become of those pieces of body----on a moor ..... what could happen........what will the journey be for those pieces if they are to become whole?Good luck.