Monthly Archives: July 2019

Photo Challenge #272 – Dad’s Last leg.

Image: – sound-dream @ tumblr It was a mad dash and at the worst time. The afternoon early evening traffic was building and, in some places, was at a standstill. The call had come a good half hour ago to … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #35 – Uphill to Nowhere.

My aged companion, Crisp, left me a note saying she was taking a break for a week and I’d have to fend for myself. I went back to bed having noticed her suitcase was gone. What was I to do … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #230 – Eulogy – July 4th

He was a good man. It was generally agreed. Not the brightest spark you’d find in the tinder box But he had talents. (There was a second of silence, As if the speaker was lost for further comment.) He was … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #34 – Eunice Smith

Crisp, my aged companion, decided after a morning of rain that now the sun had come out there was a laneway she wanted to explore that led to an old ford. We found the ford set in a shady grove … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #20 – Halting Time

Image: Geralt@pixabay.com. Muriel had a thing about time. She was obsessed by it. Her attraction was best described as a desire to purchase as many time pieces as she could in the mistaken belief that owning so much time might … Continue reading

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Sunday Photo Fiction – June 30, 2019 Great Aunt Alice’s Chair.

Image: Pexels from Pixabay I was finding it frustratingly bothersome that the chair I inherited from my Great Aunt Alice had a bad habit of finding its way out into the street. Great Aunt Alice had been an eccentric in … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #270 – Paper Planes

Image: Gabriel Isak When she felt alone She went to a place where she could be. Watch the small boys below her on the sand Throwing paper planes, Squealing with delight When they actually flew. To her, they represented what … Continue reading

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