Monthly Archives: May 2019

May 30: Flash Fiction Challenge – Strawberries and Mint.

“You can’t kill it,” my neighbour said to me when he gave me a mint plant. “Just keep the water up to it and it will thrive.” That much was true as the mint in his place had been growing … Continue reading

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100 Word Wednesday: Week 123 – The Old School Bus

The sight of our old school bus took me back to the days when Rusty Collins would pull up at the end of our driveway and wait patiently while mum dragged me down the drive and then push me aboard, … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – # 225 – Reflection – 30th May.

Miss Marble of 46 Grimace Street was sitting on her veranda watching the goings and comings of the street and reflecting on the long life she had had. She had been alive a long time and looking back realised how … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #29 – The Church of St. Beryl.

Crisp, my aged companion, made mention that today was the 29th day of our holiday. With the appropriate brochure in hand, she decided we needed to see the medieval church of Saint Beryl, patron of all things cloven-footed. Crisp had … Continue reading

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What do you See? May 28/2019 – The Unusual Gift

It was sitting outside the front door, Just there, minding its own business But alluring at the same time. What made it even more mysterious was it wasn’t Christmas It wasn’t my birthday In fact, a gift of any kind … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #265 – Bodgy John

Bodgy John is the coolest guy around, He is the hallmark of fashion, Always the latest and the best. He enjoys flaunting his body, Hours spent in the gym pay off When girls check him out, And the portly middle-aged … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #15 – The Last Stop

There was a sense of finality about the sign ahead of them. Beyond this point were they stepping off the edge of the world, entering an abyss or just some never-never from which survival was only an option. They contemplated … Continue reading

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