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Daily Archives: February 3, 2019
Chrysanthemums, geraniums, fushias and dahlias—the garden had it all, and then some more. Situated just outside the colony gates and encircling the pantheon of eight 25 floor highrise apartment complex that answered to the fanciful name of Galleria Heavenly Heights, … Continue reading
I could smell them from miles away, the sweet fragrance that I had been missing for I don’t know how long. Drawn towards it like a moth to fire, I walked into the garden like a zombie. The redolence inside … Continue reading
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When you start a writing blog, there’s only a couple ways to start interacting with other writers and readers: Depend on people you already know to follow links to your…
The Annual Blogger’s Bash is now in its fifth year. This year, the event will be held on Saturday 15th June 2019 at the Grange Wellington Hotel in London. You can find out all about the event HERE and buy … Continue reading
Stroke has kept her from her beloved rose garden, poor dear. So I bring it to her, one vase at a time, only one, for there isn’t a clear surface for more than that in her small cluttered room. I … Continue reading
She grabbed a handful of his shirt, and roughly pulled him close to her. With no provocation, she grasped his lower lip firmly between her teeth, and proceeded to run her tongue slowly, seductively, along the line of his upper … Continue reading
It was weird. I had set up the blog for while I was away with every post I would usually publish. During my absence, I still managed to visit the blogs I would usually read and answered all the comments. … Continue reading
“Excuse me…” I woke up and looked at the walking stick insistently tapping my boot, then up at the black face in the sun, and shaded my eyes… “…Do you want to be human?” The voice was young, but also … Continue reading