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Envy: Vera Winston-Jones Part 4

Image: Envy © by Iza-nagi Vera returned home to find Ernest sitting at the breakfast bar, a coffee in one hand and a chocolate biscuit in the other. He had that supercilious look on his face, one Vera had grown … Continue reading

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Envy: Mary Dowd Part Four

Image: Envy © by Iza-nagi Mary stood at the door watching Vera disappear up the path and back to her house. It had been a far more enjoyable morning than Mary anticipated. Vera was not unlike herself. Once you stripped … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #167- First Kiss – 19th April

Warning: Adult Content A Summer/Esther Story My first kiss, if you’d call it, that happened on my fifteenth birthday. My mum had arranged a birthday dinner and we, my sister and I, were to be ready by the time mum … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #210 – Summer and Esther

The man liked to rough handle the girls he picked up. For him, it was all about dominance. It was his way of controlling the situation for he was, in fact, a coward and a weakling beneath the violence. He … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt #229 “Collage 37” – Memories

Behind the washed out washing On the worn out old clothes line The woman sits with her morning coffee. It’s hot today, so she doesn’t bother Dressing in any other way than to be cool. Mornings allow her to remember, … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #188 – The Tiny Girl

Image: t1na.deviantart.com The tiny girl walks to the piano The auditorium packed, expectant, She sits and is momentarily lost in the vastness of the space. With the first note We are mesmerised, Glued to our seats. The magic rolls out … Continue reading

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In Other Words, illusion…

Universally he was acknowledged as a man of merit. Pillar of the church, benevolent and generous to a fault. His undoing came as a terrible shock. Underneath the facade lurked a monster. The illusion shattered we struggled to put our … Continue reading

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