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Thursday photo prompt: Murmur #writephoto

At sunset, the murmurs began. Against the fading day, the voices of the forest made themselves heard. The predators made murmur of their intent, their hunger driving them to act quickly, the potential prey murmuring warnings to be ever vigilant. … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Frozen #writephoto

She stood beside the creek and looking down, Shivered and drew her wrap tighter around her chilled self. She’d walked out earlier that morning Now she wondered the irony of her present situation. Their argument had been about her being … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Mirror #writephoto – Mutual Admiration.

They were gathering once again. The vain, the pretentious. Lining up to see the image of themselves reflected back at them. It was a regular occurrence, a sort of social event within the well-to-do of the forest. On top of … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Destination #writephoto

Destination, arrival imminent. Anticipation, expectation mounting Nervous children, on edges of their seats.   It had been a long journey. Dad driving overnight, Christmas was a day away. Mum agitated as it was ‘your’ family we were making the sacrifice … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Aflame #writephoto – Another Stinker.

The evening sky was aflame with the promise of another stinker. Word spread quickly: “Stinker, stinker, stinker,” was the call and worried looks were exchanged, coping plans were discussed and all round there was the feeling of dread at yet … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Open #writephoto -Grandad’s Ghost

There had to be a reason for the doors being left open. There was always a reason. The question was who left them open? This situation had been going on for some time and my Grandmother seemed to take it … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Forgotten #writephoto – The Fullers

The Fullers had long discovered that being forgotten was to their advantage. It meant no one bothered them any more. After the drowning incident when their youngest had been discovered in the dam and the family blamed for neglecting their … Continue reading

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