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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #87 – The Sermon on Bathing.

Image: Courtesy – Prachika Saxena   The footsteps in the cloister echoed through each of the Sisters cells. Inside each cell, minds puzzled over where the steps might stop. Sister Alice knew who owned the footsteps, the unmistakable sound of … Continue reading

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May 16: Flash Fiction Challenge – Lookout Hill

May 16, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that goes in search of trees. It can be one particular tree, a grove, woods, or forest. What makes the tree worth seeking? Go where the … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #223 – Search – May 16th.

We all at different times go in search of things from the car keys to our wallets, from looking for a new home to looking into the lives of our forebears. I recently went in search of my grandfathers. On … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #27 – The Wee Wee Folk

My aged companion Crisp read every brochure she could find. Not far from where we were staying was the Field of the Wee Wee Folk. Legend had it that these small folk inhabited the field and defended their right to … Continue reading

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What do you See? May 14/2019 – The Grubbard

We all knew about Mother Hubbard and her poor, hungry doggie. We knew that in a moment of desperation it rained dog bones, a rarely repeated phenomenon, and so she went from poor to rich, in dog bones at least. … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “5 by 5” – Colin Cyclops.

Image: Cyclops by Thomas Zuber Pick a Mythological Creature Cyclops Pick an Activity Singing Pick a Fruit Apricot Pick a Time of Life Childhood Pick a Concern Finding Love Colin Cyclops loved singing, eating apricots and reliving his childhood in … Continue reading

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May 9: Flash Fiction Challenge – The Note

May 9, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about growing older. It can be humorous, dark or poignant. It can be true or total fiction. It can be fine wine or an old fossil. … Continue reading

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