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Microfiction #writephoto: Paradise – Jane Dougherty

“Paradise,” he sighed and put his arm round her, as if this was his creation and he was adding her to the picture. “What a shame we only booked a week. If only I’d know it would be like this.” … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Safe haven – Jane Dougherty

“I don’t like it,” she said. “What is it anyway?” He shrugged. “No idea. Some old building. A relic.” “Doesn’t look old. Looks brand new to me.” “Aw, who cares? Let’s move it!” She hung back, still undecided. “It’s too … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Black pearl – Jane Dougherty

Winter sunset and the old stone glows red. Blue as a bird’s egg, the sky, raked with bare black branches. So much colour in the biting cold. The night would bring frost and grass collect a fur of white. She … Continue reading

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Rest in Paradise – #writephoto – by Emma Hyde

  Melodious strains of lilting birdsong drifted into Serena’s conscious, enticing her back from what felt like the deepest of sleeps. A soft breeze grazed her skin, wisps of hair tickling her cheeks. The air was pleasantly warm, soothing. Her … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Peace by Jane Dougherty

It’s true we were on a public footpath, not hacking our way through virgin forest, but still, the sculpture was unexpected. The woods were silent and we had walked along in silence, I, listening to the birds, the other two … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Watching for the raiders – Jane Dougherty

They said they would be back. I didn’t believe them at the time. They had taken my father and older brother, and all the able-bodied men. The rest were dead. Why would they bother with the women? What use were … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Waving by Jane Dougherty

I can see him at the end of the tunnel, gesticulating, but he is too far away to hear. Part of me wants to run back, ready to forgive. Perhaps he’s changed his mind. Perhaps he’s in trouble. It’s crazy. … Continue reading

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