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FLITTING AND FLUTTERING

The sunshine dances On butterfly wings

Choice Tales from the Vale – (275) Sweet Young Things – Sharon’s Tale (Part 03)

“Hello girls” he said jovially and there followed five minutes of light hearted chattering and then the girls went on their way. Ian watched them as the three girls tottered down the lawn and when they reached the gate all three turned and waved and Sharon blew a kiss.

Right?

Yesterday should have been a lovely day, I’d picked up my nine-month-old grandson Darius from his mum’s Claudette’s house, to take him to my Place of...

Rough Draft

“Do not take roads traveled by the public,” the man said out loud. The range of his voice was calculated not to go any further to those he did not...

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Death in the Colonies

Old men die in foreign beds with no last words to say. The women cry, Their time will come, tomorrow or today.

Life and Times of a Priestess: Ch.9 : Concessions (Part 2: Gerald)

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The Officer in charge of the Dormitory debates light heartedly with Danella and brings a request from General Ravelleon to meet him again.

The Poor

So much to be told and so much we don’t say We yearn for money, the hunger won’t let us think Whispering silences of envy are invading my mind They...

Here is the Newspeak

No translation offered. Image is from the me.me site so I suppose they don't care if I use it...

The Unendurable Weight

I struggle to stand it, this unendurable weight it seems to multiply each time we step on the scale. It is heavy, this steel pound of malformation...

Carrots.

It first began as a rumour, I heard that we’d be getting back pay for all the sleep ins that we’d done up to the last six years! It turned out it...
Cherry

The Thing That Lives Under the Hill (Chapter 2)

Some more of the novel that I posted the other week. This is just the first part of Chapter 2, althought, to be honest, this is such a raw, early...

Good Money Talks

. Good Money Talks By Paul McCann Why do we worry, what’s gone is gone . What’s lost is lost . but what’s mine is yours . , Your ok now , words as...

My Big Boss Part 2 (Prelude)

My Big Boss Part 2 (Prelude) P K Routray A little of the big personality of my first Big Boss thanks to their contributions NALCO so far never...

My Big Boss Part 1 (Background)

My Big Boss Part 1 (Background) P K Routray After twelve years of service turning experienced from novice with initiation at Bhilai Steel later at...

Tales Through Tears (Part 4)

Tales Through Tears (Part 4) P K Routray She took care of our father and younger brothers making up her elders’ failure pleased are her in-laws’...

Some Thoughts on Feminism

Imagine this scenario. Your ancestors have lived in Britain for centuries, most likely for millennia. They were not the landowners or politicians or...
Cherry

the last of the commoners

the last of the commoners the new forest let you in around 1650 let you begin birthing calf-life into the mossy dawn pannage pigs snouting the loam...

Downshire Diary – (46) A Bridge too Far (Part 04)

“Because I really enjoyed it, because it was so special, because it was the most electrifying kiss I’ve ever had” Emma paused then continued “And because I had dreamed of that moment for a full year”

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