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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #91 – Crisp’s Shadow

 Crisp my aged companion, was not happy. “Look at me,” she said, “look at the shadow I’m casting, have I let myself go?” I replied to her that it was an unfortunate angle the sun was at and that she … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #287 – Mysterious Markings – 6th August – In The National Park.

 I’d been walking in the Dundunara National Park for years and had heard many stories over the years of the hidden caves and the amazing markings on the cave walls. They stayed elusive to me until I met and befriended, … Continue reading

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What do you see # 41 – 3 August 2020 – Thieving Rascals.

 At first, I thought it a mouse as I only gave it a cursory glance. But its movement gave me cause to look more closely. A small but cheeky looking monkey looked at me from the fork in the tree. … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt – 2nd August – Choosing your Context – Kitchen

What should have been a mundane Sunday morning turned into something entirely different. It was a funny thing that happened on the way to the kitchen. Though at the time it wasn’t funny, disaster never is. My brother and I … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Worn #writephoto – Stairs.

“Here we are,” I announced, “the steps to the last medieval temple left standing. See how worn they are. Tells us how important this place is.” “Well I’m worn out I know that,” she replied. “This was supposed to be … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #90 – At the Windmill.

 “It should look decrepit,” said Crisp my aged companion. “Everything else is, look at the poor old fence struggling to stand on its last legs. The windmill is looking new.” Crisp was in one of her fault-finding moods today. It … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #286 – Sunrise – 30th July – The Promise of a New Day

 Thankfully it arrived every morning, sunrise that is. It took over from the darkness and heralded a new day. There was always a sense of relief to know the long night was over and more importantly, that he had survived. … Continue reading

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100 Word Wednesday: 158 – The Rock Beach

They say every stone is there for a purpose. The day I ventured to the beach I was sure they were there to make life more challenging. We came to the beach, or as I called it the rock beach … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing prompt – Lockdown – July 26th – Staying at Home

The evening news finished and he closed his back door with a thud. The news had been appallingly depressing and he wanted to be as far away from it as he could. Another three hundred infections and ten more deaths … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Darkness #writephoto

It hadn’t rained in so long the little kids were in danger of being terrified when it did come. Each morning before breakfast, dad was up and looking at the forecast to see if there was any promise of rain. … Continue reading

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