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Rushes ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

When the Romans came, they expected to find bloodthirsty savages, baby-eating cannibals who grinned at torture and revelled in inflicting pain. What they didn’t see they invented, and their Christian monks did the same. They said we made effigies out … Continue reading

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#writephoto flash fiction: Memorial – Jane Dougherty

They dug a grave, long and deep and shored it up with smooth flat stones. They laid a pavement carved with eternal signs, where feet could tread in the cool dark silence of her tomb. They placed her beneath the … Continue reading

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Flash fiction: Beyond the arch by Jane Dougherty #writephoto

She touched the lichen-crusted stoned with a finger, drew it gently over the rugous surface and felt the tingle of time. The first converts built this doorway, now an empty arch, the first Christians in a land where the pagan … Continue reading

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