Picks of the Month

November

Gold cherry
Pick of the Month

Chocolate, Tobacco and Horse Muck

Each day, as the factory whistle blew at noon, he dashed leisurely home from work on his bicycle to have his dinner because dinner was always eaten...
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Gold cherry
Poem of the week
Pick of the Month

Debris

I am not ready for this to end-- Clearing your house of memories. / These things I found:
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October

Gold cherry
Pick of the Month

Pain au chocolat

We lived together for what must have been ten years. I hardly knew him. That’s not to say we didn’t interact. He talked a lot. He talked about his...
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Gold cherry
Pick of the Month

When I'm sad I eat sweets

which isn't going to help anything. Being sad is hard though Robbie WIlliams will tell you all about that, and his dad Peter, having to see his son...
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September

Gold cherry
Story of the week
Pick of the Month

Busmar Astral

THE BUSMAR ASTRAL Little Sis and I stood staring at the contraption. It resembled a fairy caravan and from that point of view we were thrilled. “Can...
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August

Gold cherry
Pick of the Month

Head

Approximately one hour ago my head fell off. I could have struggled, tried to stick it back on but it was almost gone, already toppling. It was...
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Cherry
Pick of the Month

Lammas

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July

Gold cherry
Poem of the week
Pick of the Month

In IKEA, he dreams about the woman he loves

I'm eating the usual Daim Bar cake, taking note as this incredible day continues to unfold like a bolt of silk. Kissed on the back of my neck by the...
Cherry
Pick of the Month

WebWorld (1.1)

Part 1: Global Warming 1. “It’s getting worse down there.” I didn’t need to walk over to the window and look down on the street to know that. I’d...

June

Gold cherry
Story of the week
Pick of the Month

Sanctuary

I'd like some opinions, if you would. This is the short version, in first person, of a story I wrote a while ago, on a rather serious subject. I'm...
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