Author Archives: Michael

Tale Weaver #259 – Temple – 23rd January – A Durry* or Two.

Temple felt the nudge to his ribs. It stirred him from a beautiful dream he was having involving Clare Campbell, the love of his imaginary life. He opened his eyes enough to see the hairy shins of Catchpole standing over … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #63 – Crisp and the Alpaca.

My aged companion, Crisp, had suggested a farm visit to the Kemperton Family Fun Farm as something different for us to do. It was a lovely day, and the farm was set up for visitors. Crisp had a good time … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #299 – A Love You Deserve.

Image: – Araki Photograph Studio I know you are there The door, solid iron, Impenetrable, firmly shut, locked To keep out the undesirables Including me, I have come to realise. It’s all about protection, isn’t it? For I know that … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #118 – Down But Not Out.

It was a situation that could have gone in any direction. But it didn’t. It was all downhill, and it was no one’s fault other than his own. He could have argued it was because of the rain and he … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #62 – Crisp and the Zipper.

Crisp, my aged companion, was at times a tad clumsy. When we had dinner at Mario’s All Italian Restaurant and she managed, quite expertly, to slop the spaghetti sauce down her front. The stain was permanent and so Crisp spied … Continue reading

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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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