Monthly Archives: May 2018

Tale Weaver – #173 – May 31st – Days Of Old – Mrs Dustler

Mrs Dustler was old. She lived two doors from me, and everything about her was old. Her house was old, the external walls often appeared to be pleading for repair, a coat of paint, and the gutters were rusted and … Continue reading

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50 Word Thursday #3 – The Cat.

“You had to take your shoes off when you went in and you weren’t allowed to jump on the furniture or tease the cat.” The cat was on the roof, behind the bougainvillea. Despite all the coaxing, it made it … Continue reading

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FLASH FICTION FOR THE PURPOSEFUL PRACTITIONER- 2018 WEEK #22

Image: MorgueFile April b5afa0fad12c0fc6b1d0bf8cc983d6e4 Our tour guide Roger had arranged a walking tour of the town of Morgue. Parts of the township dated back into medieval times and on occasion my aged companion Joyce made comment of the fact. The … Continue reading

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In Other Words, noisy…

Noisy. I live on a busy road and where noisy is constant. At 2am it’s quiet as if every vehicle is locked away and sound asleep. I don’t hear the traffic so much, but my friend who wants to visit … Continue reading

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Envy: Ernest Winston-Jones Part 4

Image: Envy © by Iza-nagi Ernest breathed a sigh of relief that afternoon as he sat in his car at the end of a day that had been far harder than he imagined. He hurriedly removed his badge and stuck … Continue reading

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100 Word Wednesday: Week 73 – Fishing.

Dad loved to go fishing. On holiday he’d row an old wooden boat out to a fishing hole he thought would bring him a big catch. He’d sling an old hessian bag over the side to keep the fish alive … Continue reading

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Twittering Tales #86 – 29 May 2018

Photo by Alistair MacRobert via Unsplash.com. The view from the window was his break from the screaming words stuck in his head and craving to be on the page. There were words he skipped over, some crawled away from his … Continue reading

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