Pick of the day

The Maiden and the Maze

She watches over her garden from above.  From the window of an impressive, twisted tower, one that is made out of marble, roofed in slate, its window frames coppered, and the high windows glazed and colour-tinted.  There are rainbows in the rubble; and the winding of the coppered stairs that lead up the full empty length of it into the only one room that matters.

She didn’t build her castle.  She grew it.

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Story of the week

I'm Not Disappointed, I'm Just Angry (Introduction)

A different direction.Read more

Poem of the week

Going Out For Cigarettes

We waited for details
throughout the night.
We ate toast and jam,
sipped instant coffee.
Phones ran out of credit.
Those moments defined us.

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Features

STORY AND POEM OF THE MONTH

Story and Poem for the month of June very kindly selected by Sean McNulty:

 

Mirror World by Poetonahill

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POETRY MONTHLY

Poetry Monthly – July

Hello all, 

Sorry for the delay in Poetry Monthly – I’ve been busy and then sloth-like in the heat when I’ve stopped!

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CERASUS POETRY LAUNCHES!

Posted by Cerasus Poetry on Sun, 17 Jun 2018 Read more

POETRY MONTHLY

Poetry Monthly – June

I hope everything is good where you are and you’ve managed to enjoy some sunshine!

Some inspired writing as usual on ABCtales from last month’s focus of ‘A Leap of Faith’.

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Picks of the Month

Operation March Hare

The Department is located in Whitehall, approximately six floors below ground level, in a sprawling maze of corridors known as the Rabbit Warren. The exact location remains obscure, not only does The Department not officially exist, the corridors themselves have neither beginning nor end. A visit there is as disorientating as being spun round the Large Hadron Collider a few million times at just shy of the speed of light.  Read more

Mirror World

Personal...

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