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Tale Weaver #211 – Making Sense of Nonsense – Egrlactical – 21st February

Egrlactical The eminent professor looked down the length of his considerable nose and began by welcoming his audience to his one-off lecture on the importance of energy in the evolution of mankind. “I struggled for years to find a word … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #251 – Dolphus Dolt

Image: Getty Images Dolphus Dolt loved stone fruit All things about such fruit excited him But mostly his peaches Grabbed his attention and his fantasy. He saw in the shape of his full fruit The loves he had missed out … Continue reading

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Wordle #121 – Maisie’s Wedding Day

This week’s words: Creole Alcohol Dredge Gravitation Deplorable Afterthought Materialize Newlywed Mystical Groundskeeper Wooden Box Resplendent When Maisie Creole married Anton Dredge, it was a wedding to be remembered. The newlyweds looked resplendent in their lime green suits, the alcohol … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Collage Prompt #44” – Finding Balance

“You’re trying too hard and doing too much,” she said over breakfast one Monday morning. “I’m doing what I need to do,” I replied sipping my coffee, “there’s a deadline to meet, and my boss will be looking at my … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver # 210 – Using a quote – 14th February. -Emptiness

“The circle of an empty day is brutal and at night it tightens around your neck like a noose.” Elena Ferrante – “The Days of Abandonment”. She shut the novel she was reading and thought how the words summed up … Continue reading

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Wordle #120 – Esther Grimalkin

This week’s words: Ether   Grimalkin- an old female cat: an ill-tempered old woman Attic   Dusk Augur- https://www.dictionary.com/browse/augur?s=t Curse Cabal- https://www.dictionary.com/browse/cabal?s=t Zodiac Sign Dripping Tattered Misgiving Strangleweed- The dodder is also known by the folk name “strangleweed” because it wraps itself … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Everyday Objects” Miss Marble’s Stirring Spoons

Miss Marble, a witch, at 46 Grimace Street liked her kitchen utensils, in particular, her wooden stirring spoons. They were unique, and she’d had them a long time. It helped that she had invented a potion to keep them in … Continue reading

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