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Sunday Writing Prompt “Lost and Found”

Mum sat on the lounge her head in her hands, the look of utter surprise on her face. Seconds earlier, there had been an audible gasp from her which gave us all reason to come running thinking something had gone … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver # 249 – Holiday – 14th November

The traffic is heavy We might be late The flight won’t wait. Frustration mounts as we edge forward. Angry words begin to flow “We should have left earlier.” “If you hadn’t dilly-dallied we’d be there by now.” Then the traffic … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge # 289 – Twin Tits

Image: Jonas Peterson The folks living on Twin Tits were a funny mob. On one side were the Howes, (to the left of the photo) and to the right lived the Wherefores. The Howes were a multi-generational family having taken … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Interrogation”

“Come on Knuckles stop beating around the bush, you did it, you know you did it, we all know you did it.” “It wasn’t me. I was at home in bed with a beautiful woman.” “Come on Knuckles don’t try … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #248 – At the Bottom of the Garden – 7th November

There wasn’t much happening at the bottom of the garden. It was a normal day with normal things happening. The insects were doing what they do best, being insects and the fairies, long-time residents were doing what they did best, … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge # 288 – Triggers

There again, the tremors begin Triggers. The haunting lyrics running in her head Take her back Locked in the room Bread and water lights out Darkness surrounding, The sense of someone sitting near The need for silence when the noises … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #247 – Caught – 31st October – I’ve Caught Old Age

“I think I’ve caught old age,” she said. “What makes you say that? I asked. “Well, things are happening. I’ve been in denial so long, but in the last few days I noticed things.” “Like?” “Yesterday I went down to … Continue reading

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