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Weekend Writing Prompt #25 – Fragment

Image: ©Dave Huggard Fragmented life drawings When she was, alive life was a constant battle to stay in touch with whatever had to be done. She felt owned by and owing to so many. There was never any time for … Continue reading

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Music Prompt #10: “Stairway to Heaven” by Led Zeppelin 

In the bowels of hell, there is a café known as Hell’s Kitchen. It’s very popular serving the best sushi you could imagine. Seated in one corner are Wayne and Greg, Angels, representatives on earth of their respective Eternal Departments. … Continue reading

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Wordle #146 “March 13th, 2017″ – Balls to Ashes

This week’s words: Billow Harm Ashen Wytai ((n.) a feature of modern society that suddenly strikes you as absurd and grotesque—from zoos and milk-drinking to organ transplants, life insurance, and fiction—part of the faint background noise of absurdity that reverberates … Continue reading

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Sunday Strange microfiction prompt – The Hanson Twins

Image: Hans Thoma It was a terrible shock when the Hanson twins were killed by the monitor lizard. The family were on holiday, and it was all over in seconds. Needless to say, the lizard suffered an inglorious death, and … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #107: Lost 16.02.17 – Cyril Rum is Lost

Image: Guido Montanes Castillo via images.fineartsamerica..com Cyril Rum, an angel on sabbatical from Heaven, didn’t like Thursdays. He thought of Thursday as a lost day, and he felt that way as soon as his angelic feet hit the floor. There … Continue reading

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Write Anything Wednesday #104 – Writing in Death

Hello, I came across your prompt page and thought I’d join in. Sorry to hear about the deaths in your family. When his death came it was a disappointment. He hadn’t planned it this way but he knew Death had … Continue reading

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Microfiction challenge #22: Utopia Ark

Image: Makis Warlamis. We were assured it was safe even though it looked a little rickety. The brochure said it was the pathway to a new life. No more war, poverty, dodgy politics or disappointment. The crack in the side … Continue reading

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