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Tale Weaver – #237 – 22nd August – Weeds

“Are you feeling run down? Is every day a struggle for you to get through? Has ambition become little more than wishful thinking? Then you need…..” “Enough!” thought Weeds Tussock. He’d read enough, and so far, everything he read was … Continue reading

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100 Word Wednesday: Week 134 – In the Sky

Was it a bird? A plane? Space invaders? There was general mayhem, to say the least. A crowd gathered each person had their own perspective. They stood riveted to the spot, looking up, unable to move their gaze from the … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #41 – Trout’s Farm Geese

It was true to say that Crisp, my aged companion, didn’t like geese. We were on a visit to Trout’s farm and the geese met us at the front gate as we alighted from our car. “You go first,” said … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner: Week #33

It seemed such a good idea at the time. She was single. He was single. Why not? This thought echoed in his mind as if waiting clarification, it was a good idea. Building up the courage and justifying to himself, … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Train Ticket” – Liberty

The line of people along the station platform resembled a lineup of zombies. But these people were not zombies but rather liberated persons from the worst of the camps. Each man and woman carried a water bottle. Some sipped as … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #100 – A Huge Infinity Sign.

When it happened, he was unaware he was the one. Around him, he could see other entities, but they appeared to be focusing on their own predicament. In front of them was a huge infinity sign. He wondered what it … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Post #40 – The Steps of ‘History’.

Crisp, aged companion, was convinced the steps were ancient. “Just think,” she said, “there could have been Celts, Romans and Saxons traipsing up and down these steps.” I asked why she thought this could be the case. She explained that … Continue reading

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