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Tale Weaver – #247 – Caught – 31st October – I’ve Caught Old Age

“I think I’ve caught old age,” she said. “What makes you say that? I asked. “Well, things are happening. I’ve been in denial so long, but in the last few days I noticed things.” “Like?” “Yesterday I went down to … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #50 – Crisp and the Secret Door

The stately home of Wilfred and Mabel Fortescue-Smyth was having an open day, and Crisp my aged companion had applied as it was listed as an invitation-only affair. We set off on the day in question even though no reply … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver # 246 – Eternity – October 24 – Jim’s Soul

Wayne and Greg were sitting Kell’s Kitchen as was their want on a Thursday afternoon. Wayne was munching on a ham sandwich Greg had bought for him, and Greg was sucking all the goodness he could from the delicious sushi … Continue reading

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Bonus Wordle “Rhymes” Jim Plover

This week’s words: Mither (make a fuss, moan) Dither Wither Slither Scope Rope Hope Cower Tower Flower Scour Far Jim Plover was no lover, he was, in fact, a ditherer. He hung around the village square, unsure of whether to … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #245 – 17th October – Shopping – The Shopping Precinct.

On a rare holiday, they arrived in the big city and found their accommodation in the middle of a very prestigious shopping precinct. The woman was quick to realise the shopping opportunity this afforded her. Her hapless companion was not … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #49 – It’s a Big One.

“It’s all a bit phallic,” said Crisp my aged companion. “You think so?” I asked as once again I was struck by the lucidity of her comment. “I thought it was more about conquest.” “Well that’s all true, but it’s … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #108 – Known Them All

Poetry Week!! Reena’s task this week – choose any one line out of the seven given here, and use it as the first line for your piece. “For I have known them all already, known them all:” From: “The Love … Continue reading

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