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Tale Weaver – #268 – Medical – 26th March – Colonoscopy

It was their first date, and although it was basically a takeaway coffee and a sit in the park, one point five metres apart, he was nervous as could be and never really understood when asked in all innocence, what … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #267 – Fairytale – Fairyland – 19th March – Clert’s Garden.

Clert had been head gardener at the Fairyton Garden for as long as anyone could remember. His family had been gardeners for several generations since great grandfather Dlert had been caught pilfering secret herbs from Madam Floss’ garden and his … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #266 – Backbone – 12th March – Finally

She’d said on more than one occasion that he needed to show a bit of backbone. Rolling over in submission could only be done so many times. He had to at some stage stand up for himself. But it was … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #265 – Library of the Imagination – 5th March

It had to have been a dream. What else could it have been even though it seemed so real at the time.   I was standing in the weirdest library. Books stretched from one end of the room to the … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #264 – Awake In The Night – 27th February. – Longing for the Dawn.

I look at the clock, its 1.23am. I calculate its been two hours since I turned off my light. My bladder screams at me for release. That task completed I see it’s now 1.25am. Sunrise is not for a lot … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver -#263 – Concert – February 20th – Concerts

It was in the early 1970’s when I went to my first major concert. Along with two friends we drove down to Sydney to see Joe Cocker and the ‘Mad Dogs and Englishmen’ tour. It was a momentous occasion as … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #262 – Carry – February 13th – Cyril Rum, An Angel on Sabbatical.

Cyril Rum was an angel and an angel on sabbatical. Cyril was not as you might imagine an angel to be. Rather than the magnificence and wonder the storybooks tell us of angels, Cyril was more your middle-aged, portly shaped, … Continue reading

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