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So Too Will You Soar ~ Patty L. Fletcher #writephoto

I suppose when people saw today’s prompt they thought of writing nature related things. For me the first thing that came to mind when I read the description were thoughts of the early morning birds and how they, like me … Continue reading

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Mannequins and memories

I opened the tool drawer and pulled out the hammer. The dog took one look and did a runner, hiding under the desk with a mixture of laughter and wariness in her eyes. This, I thought, was rather unfair… I … Continue reading

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Escape

Cold grey days slide one into another Neither dark nor light to distinguish Monotone mediocrity Great Nature offers solace To threadbare emotions Wearied by clichés Expectations A duty-bound Presence Palls Peace Imbibed With each breath A renewal Wide green horizons … Continue reading

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Free day?

I had a whole day to myself! Let’s be clear, I don’t often get one of those through the year When I don’t have appointments and don’t need to drive But can simply sit back and be glad I’m alive. … Continue reading

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Back to the future? …

When I left for the north, my son’s garden was already being stripped back to basics. I was curious to see what might have been done by the time I got back. It had all looked fine before the work … Continue reading

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Bedtime…

I got home early, all convinced, I’d be all done by seven. I’d have a shower, settle down And watch a film… such heaven! And yet, I’m still here writing At a quarter past eleven… * Not all is lost, … Continue reading

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Crow – Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

The crow was out there in the dead tree cawing loudly again. I pressed my forehead to the condensation covered spare bedroom window and searched for him. In the early evening, storm coloured garden, the sooty bird was difficult to … Continue reading

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On Vacation – #writephoto – Emma Hyde

Gilbert the gremlin was grumpy. The setting sun streaming through the tiny window lit his sullen face, exasperated eyes, frustrated frown. Quite frankly, Gilbert had had enough. “The most important job in the world” the advertisement had boasted, “Invaluable to … Continue reading

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Guest author: Wendy Janes – Turning negatives into positives

Thank you to Sue for inviting me to write a post for her lovely blog. There are occasions when we feel we’re not getting anywhere or we’ve taken a wrong turn. Such negative situations can be really demoralising, but they … Continue reading

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Grind #midnighthaiku

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