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Microfiction #writephoto: Carp by Jane Dougherty

The stream ran over the ancient stones as it had done for almost a thousand years, but the carp pool was empty. No fish had grown fat in its crystal bright waters for so long that few remembered what the … Continue reading

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Small Fry

I’ve written a fair bit about my son’s pond, from the drama with the worm-full pump to the marauding heron and especially Simon, the bubble blowing ghost koi with whom I have a bit of a thing going on. I … Continue reading

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Blowing bubbles

I walk into my son’s garden every morning to be greeted enthusiastically… by a fish. Simon… look, I didn’t name him…is the biggest of the ghost koi in my son’s pond. There are bigger fish, but the huge sturgeons lurk … Continue reading

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