Monthly Archives: November 2019

What do you see # 4 – An Uneasy Life

Credit; Google It wasn’t an easy life Morning till night spent in labour Fetch this, fetch that, The words repeated endlessly There was no let up. Despite her best efforts Nothing was ever good enough Always fault was found in … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Lost and Found”

Mum sat on the lounge her head in her hands, the look of utter surprise on her face. Seconds earlier, there had been an audible gasp from her which gave us all reason to come running thinking something had gone … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver # 249 – Holiday – 14th November

The traffic is heavy We might be late The flight won’t wait. Frustration mounts as we edge forward. Angry words begin to flow “We should have left earlier.” “If you hadn’t dilly-dallied we’d be there by now.” Then the traffic … Continue reading

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What do you see # 3 – Safety

Image: Painting by Jim Warren Jim’s story was compelling He had me in the first sentence. It was an adventure like no other I loved his characters They transported me to a world I’d not known. There was a magical … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #112 – Pockets of Stillness

Image: Google Images   pockets of stillness   I’m walking o work The humdrum of the morning Invades my senses There is no escape, Cars, the trains, planes overhead How do I crave some silence? Around me is endless chatter … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #53 – Crisp meets the Pirates.

“Do you think they are safe?” My aged companion Crisp asked as we surveyed the boats moored ready for our day’s adventure. “I’m sure they are,” I replied, “we are only going along the canal, so there won’t be too … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge # 289 – Twin Tits

Image: Jonas Peterson The folks living on Twin Tits were a funny mob. On one side were the Howes, (to the left of the photo) and to the right lived the Wherefores. The Howes were a multi-generational family having taken … Continue reading

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