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Three Things Challenge #172 – The Sticky Key

HONEY KEY PLACE Sometimes it was difficult to place just where the key fitted. After all, it was sticky with honey, the bees having incorporated it into the place of residence, and for the most par,t the honey was enriched … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #70 – Crisp’s Physical Self.

Crisp, my aged companion, was feeling a bit the worse for wear after a long day hiking the countryside and stopping to admire yet another ancient ruin. We were looking at the collapsed footings at the side of the Church … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #266 – Backbone – 12th March – Finally

She’d said on more than one occasion that he needed to show a bit of backbone. Rolling over in submission could only be done so many times. He had to at some stage stand up for himself. But it was … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #265 – Library of the Imagination – 5th March

It had to have been a dream. What else could it have been even though it seemed so real at the time.   I was standing in the weirdest library. Books stretched from one end of the room to the … Continue reading

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Three Things Challenge #164 – A Lethal Blow

The kick was a low blow delivered with enough pressure to make the boy gasp from the excruciatingly painful injury. The victim lay writhing on the ground as his team gathered round. The attacker stood back, soaking up the buzz … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #69 – Crisp and the Gnome.

We’d had a good day wandering the village and we were resting in the park observing the small gardens sprinkled throughout it. “My Gran,” said Crisp, “had a concrete gnome in her garden. She called it Geoffrey. Every five years … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #264 – Awake In The Night – 27th February. – Longing for the Dawn.

I look at the clock, its 1.23am. I calculate its been two hours since I turned off my light. My bladder screams at me for release. That task completed I see it’s now 1.25am. Sunrise is not for a lot … Continue reading

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