Daily Archives: November 26, 2017

#WritePhoto – Bleak by Ritu

I thought I’d continue the adventures of Barbie and Ken! Will he ever learn??? “Babe,” Ken got down on one knee, “will you…?” He reached down into his pocket, fumbling for something. “Oh, Ken!” Barbie cried. “Yes! Yes! Of course … Continue reading

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Guest author: Andrew Joyce – Why?

Why do we all live in fear? And don’t deny it … there is fear in all our lives. Why do we hoard? Fear, that’s why. We’ve all seen those people on the hoarder shows. They’re so funny and pitiful. … Continue reading

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#writephoto: Box – Jane Dougherty

A concrete box on a rock, that’s all that’s left and the tide that goes neither up nor down because there’s no moon and no currents and no reason any more. The concrete box doesn’t complain at the lack of … Continue reading

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On the Edge of a Raindrop ~ Published #NewRelease

Originally posted on Lemon Shark:
? ? My lovely, little flash collection is here! On the Edge of a Raindrop is now available in eBook. As I mentioned in my post, Hinting at Happiness: “Good flash fiction packs a punch. It…

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#writephoto — The Lighthouse – by Fandango at This, That and the Other

Decades of Nor’easters had taken their toll on the tall, exposed wooden structure at the very end of the craggy outcropping. The old fisherman had heard the tragic tales of lives lost when, before the lighthouse was constructed, fishing boats … Continue reading

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Weather window…

For the past few days I have up to the proverbials in rose-thorns, leaf litter, mud and, inadvertently, the stream that runs through my son’s garden. I may have moaned about the cold and the wet, and the  sojourn in … Continue reading

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Burning Bush… Stuart France

* So, what to say of this banner? It is a work of art, certainly. It is a work of art which transcends the medieval style of its composition, although, the ‘S’ as an ‘eight’ and the ‘M’ as an … Continue reading

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Glimpsed #midnighthaiku

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