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Tale Weaver #133: under red skies, don’t step on a penny – Sam Stitious

Sam Stitious was what most people feared they might be. Superstitious. In fact, Sam was known as “Superstitious” within his community. He was at best a fearful character, he constantly watched where he walked as cracks in the pavement terrified … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver # 131 – 10th August 2017 – Birth

Cyril Rum, an angel on sabbatical, had always marvelled to the concept of birth. That a woman could hold a growing foetus for nine months and then give birth to a healthy human baby never ceased to amaze him. His … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #131: Go Ahead, Make My Day . . . 3.8.17 – Swedish National Pasta Sucking Day

Image: Google labelled for re-use Miss Marble of No 46 Grimace Street, woke up not feeling Fresh so ordered Fresh out of her bed and into the garden to do what it did best. She didn’t feel much like Stale … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #129 July 27th – Kiss – Casey visits Miss Marble

Image: Labelled for Re-use Miss Marble was surprised to find Casey Longbottom from No 28 Grimace Street standing at her front door so early in the morning. Casey lived a few houses down from Miss Marble at No 46 Grimace … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #129: Around The House 20.07.17 – Woody’s Story

Image: © morpethroad This week’s task: Weave a tale from the perspective of an object, say something around your house, or within the broader world. The name’s Woody. I’m a wooden spoon in Lucky’s utensil drawer. You know the one … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver No 128 – 13/7/17 – Making Sense of Nonsense – Banjoher

Today’s nonsense word is Banjoher.   In the back streets of the most disgusting and dirty town on the earth, the gang of four sat around a raging fire inside an old forty-four-gallon drum. They needed to warm themselves before … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #126 – Death (2) – 29/6/17 – The Red Heart

Google images: Labelled for re-use. Death did on occasion find a soul with a red heart attached. He was never too sure who put it there, but he suspected it was the Giver of Life from upstairs. Before him lay, … Continue reading

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