Monthly Archives: October 2019

Bonus Wordle “Rhymes” Jim Plover

This week’s words: Mither (make a fuss, moan) Dither Wither Slither Scope Rope Hope Cower Tower Flower Scour Far Jim Plover was no lover, he was, in fact, a ditherer. He hung around the village square, unsure of whether to … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge # 286 – The Meteorite.

Image: Google images Spectacular That’s what it was The night the heavens lit up. Some claimed it was the end of the world They fell to their knees Urging everyone to follow. Others saw it for what it was The … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #245 – 17th October – Shopping – The Shopping Precinct.

On a rare holiday, they arrived in the big city and found their accommodation in the middle of a very prestigious shopping precinct. The woman was quick to realise the shopping opportunity this afforded her. Her hapless companion was not … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #49 – It’s a Big One.

“It’s all a bit phallic,” said Crisp my aged companion. “You think so?” I asked as once again I was struck by the lucidity of her comment. “I thought it was more about conquest.” “Well that’s all true, but it’s … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #108 – Known Them All

Poetry Week!! Reena’s task this week – choose any one line out of the seven given here, and use it as the first line for your piece. “For I have known them all already, known them all:” From: “The Love … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #48 – Crisp Takes a Dive.

Crisp, my aged companion, loved old things. I’m sure it was the reason she kept me around. I was reliable, and she felt safe with me. The arched bridge at CCC48 was one such structure. Her map detailed the history … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #244 – A Solitary Figure – 10th October.

It wasn’t hard to see the fool on the hill. The question was why he was deemed a fool? Many thought his desire to be more than he was assured him of the said status. Others argued he was always … Continue reading

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