Monthly Archives: June 2014

Poetry Prompt 61 – Holiday – Just Us

Sun Sand Resort Luxury Just us.   We went to the island We went alone No one to bother us A week of relaxation Just us.   Sleeping in Spa baths Exotic foods Lounging by the pool Just us.   … Continue reading

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Wordle #15 – Josie Fraser

If there was one thing everyone loved about Josie Fraser it was her chatoyant personality. There was a lustre to her that attracted you instantly only to be further enhanced by the multi layers of this wonderful woman’s colourful character. … Continue reading

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Magpie Tales – Another Hand

Image: A Game Of Patience, 1937, Meredith Frampton I expect him any minute My gaze takes in the street It’s desolate in the heat haze. Any minute now….. I have had that thought The past four hours. He must be … Continue reading

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Prompt #62 Chi ku – The Maid

I am awake at first light There is water to draw Dough to knead Floors to sweep Washing to do. Meals to cook. My days are repetitious Some old day in day out. But I am content My life could … Continue reading

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Poetry Prompt 60 – Sixty – I Love you

Sixty words nothing more No mindless banter No wasted thought Make each word Every pithy pertinent point Relevant, precise Metaphorical issues Laid out for those academically inclined. Make it simple For that’s how I roll. Simple words from a simple … Continue reading

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OpenLinkNight – June, 2014 – Quest

Some days I am lost Its like I am riveted to the spot. I want to move but I can’t I want to reach out but it’s not possible. I am fumbling, locked in the present, Unsure of who or … Continue reading

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Poetry Prompt 59 – Letter

Weeks had passed So unlike you to not write. I wondered why? What had happened? Had you decided it was a pointless exercise? I had feared the worst. Day after day I searched the mailbox But nothing with your postmark … Continue reading

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