Category Archives: fiction

In Darkness

Leave A light On for me. I fear darkness And all it’s shadows. My mind plays tricks on me When I can hear but not see My senses heighten, I’m afraid Please don’t leave me here alone tonight. I hear … Continue reading

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Wordle Jan-08-2018

We had a Wordle #182 mid December, so this one came up as /2 so I’ve put it by date in my post title Here are our 12 words for this week: 1. Crackle 2. Bloodline 3. Lotus-eater ((n.) a … Continue reading

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#JusJoJan Daily Prompt – January 1st, 2018

Linda has set up the challenge, and Ritu at has provided today’s prompt of ‘Drama’. Definition of a drama queen. If anything is mislaid, they are gone forever, burnt toast is an averted house fire, a paper cut … Continue reading

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Sunday Photo Fiction – December 31st 2017

I love this photograph and wrote about the first thing that entered my head when I saw it. Photo © Jules Paige They called it Windsong, a revolution in music for the Third Millennium and Mankind. These huge staves … Continue reading

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Legally Blinding

Syd Stone looked across at the vultures sitting around the boardroom table. Joanna was right, she didn’t know any of them. The funeral had taken some arranging, but it had gone off without a hitch, the Book of Condolence duly … Continue reading

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The Door Dog

Originally posted on Cordelia's Mom, Still:
I am very happy to present this guest post by Di, of the blog pensitivity101.  Enjoy! *** The Door Dog by Di of pensitivity101 ? I’ve been asked to do a guest post…

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How I Learned The Truth About Santa Claus.

Originally posted on Some Words That Say What I Think:
When I was younger, my main ambition in life was to own a dog. Unfortunately, my parents were reluctant to buy one because they both worked long hours and thought…

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