Tag Archives: Fairy Tale

Heart ‘n’ Soul… Stuart France

* “The woodcutter hasn’t the heart to abandon his kids in the wood. His wife has a heart of stone and resolves to do it herself. The kids are left in the heart of the wood when they follow the … Continue reading

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Honeysuckle Morning – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

Honeysuckle Morning (213 Words) “I thought I might find you here.” Llwan raised his head. His mouth crooked when he saw her and he raised his flask in a half-salute. Gina sat beside him. She took the flask from his … Continue reading

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Royalty eh?… Stuart France

* The king finished scrutinising his appearance in the full length mirror with a satisfying ‘gurgle’. His royal tailor had done an altogether splendid job of ‘ironing out’ the few minor discrepancies of attire which had been picked up at … Continue reading

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The Green Race … Stuart France

* Far superior in every way to their white, red, black and yellow brethren, when the green race returned to their home planet they were not best pleased with what they found. Mankind, such as it was, was easily subdued … Continue reading

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The sunset gown – Sarah at fmme writes poems #writephoto

She reached out and gathered up the sky, dipping the thread into a vat of it, hanging it to dry, so that the room was filled with blues and golds and that strange green you sometimes see fading away on … Continue reading

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Fairy Child – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

It was just like he remembered. The carved stone, mottled-colored with moss, the shadowed garden. The area was well-tended. “Is that a bell, Daddy?” The man looked down at the child beside him. The little girl’s arm was wrapped through … Continue reading

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Curse of the Hay-Collar III … Stuart France

* Now, that night at meat was an uncomfortable one for the Lord of Dyved, for his companions found sport in ribbing him about the day’s proceedings upon the Fair-Mound of Arbeth. “So, was it blows and wounds or were … Continue reading

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Curse of the Hay-Collar II … Stuart France

* So the Lord of Dyved climbed the Fair-Mound of Arbeth and the seven chieftains of Dyved climbed with him…  As they sat in counsel on the top of the Fair-Mound, they saw a woman, wearing gold brocade, riding by, … Continue reading

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Curse of the Hay-Collar… Stuart France

* Tyrnonos, Lord of Dyved, ruled the seven townships in a dark land. Tyrnonos was known as the Thunder-of-Water, for his mother found him in a cavern, behind a water-fall, and there was no braver man in all the realm. … Continue reading

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The Eye-Guy… Stuart France

* SPOILS OF THE ABYSS  When Pryderi, Lord of Underhill, was treated for the  injury done to his arm by Tyrnonos, Thunder-of-Water,  his leech, Nudd, found that he was unable to save the limb; so  he hacked it down to … Continue reading

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