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MLMM Sunday Writing Prompt – Three Senses – A Smell in the House.

We’d been having problems with mice. Baits had been doing their bit but there seemed a never-ending supply of them scampering across the kitchen floor. I had discovered that there were reasons for not baiting in the house, as they … Continue reading

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June 21: Flash Fiction Challenge – Not All is Lost

June 21, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about “not all is lost.” It can include recovery from disaster, an unexpected insight after a fall, or however the phrase moves you. Go where the … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers – The Flood

In the aftermath of the flood the devastation was apparent for all to see. Cast about like playthings the trolleys usually so stoic and orderly had been thrown haphazardly and left to sink or swim in the torrent the flood … Continue reading

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Poem 21

She lives in my street, A lonely Eccentric spinster Local kids say There’s a witch in there I sit with her On sunny days In her garden. She tell me of plants Flowers, a huge fishpond. She remembers vividly the … Continue reading

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