Monthly Archives: January 2020

Tale Weaver – #258 – Partners – 16th January – Divine Partners

They were the most unlikely of partners, and in the strictest sense, they were not. They represented their respective ends of the divine spectrum, and for a long time, they didn’t communicate nor acknowledge one another. They did have one … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Magical Garden”

Miss Marble at 46 Grimace Street had a secret and magical garden. Not many knew of it as it was largely so small it went unnoticed. But to Miss Marble, a witch and a good one at that, the garden … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Presence #writephoto

There was a presence, there always had been a presence. Whenever you entered the field with the stones, it was there. Sometimes all around you, sometimes decidedly pressing in on you. The eeriness was profound, and at times it felt … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #61 – Crisp and her Father.

“Abandoned,” said Crisp, my aged companion, as we wandered around the old garden site. “Once it was someone’s pride and joy I sure,” she added. There were lots of these places dotted around the countryside and Crisp became all melancholic … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #257 – Pets – 9th January. The Showda

Image: My grandog Ted. I recently had a week with him. He is a lovely little dog who is happy to eat and sleep, chase a ball and be patted. Arthur Koit was an animal lover. All his life, he … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #297 – Talk to Me.

Image: WallpaperFlare.com   You could have changed you know Been a better person One to be proud of If only you’d talked to me. It wasn’t for want of trying, was it? But you are so pig-headed Stubborn and arrogant … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #60 – Crisp and Dirt.

It became clear to me that my aged companion, Crisp, did not like anything to do with dirt. “Sludge,” she said as we crossed the bridge and looked down on another drainage pipe that was in the process of gathering … Continue reading

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