Mark Burrow

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The Pigeon Variant

When the Head of Marketing caught wind of me turning into a pigeon, she tried to take advantage by calling a meeting.
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All Architects Are Called Zach (Part 4, words 1,533)

Outside, standing on the balcony, Freddy looked at several pigeons strutting about on the ground below, pecking at a discarded box of chicken and chips.
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All Architects Are Called Zach (Part 3, words, 1,376)

Drink and food were dad’s priorities. His appetites governed the flat. Freddy watched his dad in the kitchen, pouring beer into a thin glass and then checking the oven to see what was for dinner.
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All Architects Are Called Zach (Part 2, words, 1,756)

The sun was bleeding. A boy and girl were sitting in the stairwell of the flats, whispering together. They were the only people he had seen since being refused entry to the last pub.
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All Architects Are Called Zach (Part 1, words 1,838)

Freddy walked into his local. The door hadn’t swung shut behind him when he clocked the heads angling in his direction.

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108 of my comments have received 111 Great Feedback votes

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No problem. If these are the

Posted on Sat, 09 Jan 2021

No problem. If these are the stories you produce, I suggest you get on it as a matter of urgency. This is proper writing. 

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Well deserved. 

Posted on Mon, 04 Jan 2021

Well deserved. 

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Really moving, Marandina. You

Posted on Mon, 04 Jan 2021

Really moving, Marandina. You've touched on something here. Thanks for posting it. 

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Really enjoyed this -- I've

Posted on Mon, 28 Dec 2020

Really enjoyed this -- I've had the same reaction to this painting but not actually followed the thought process of why and you've hit the nail on the head. 

Hope you've managed to have a lovely break. 

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No probs, it's wonderful. 

Posted on Sun, 20 Dec 2020

No probs, it's wonderful. 

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Congrats - this marvellous

Posted on Sun, 20 Dec 2020

Congrats - this marvellous poem is our Pick of the Day -- please do share on social! 

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"breath of oak" Read that a

Posted on Sun, 20 Dec 2020

"breath of oak" Read that a few times. It's so good. 

Loved the ethereal feel of this. Again.

 

 

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Powerful poem about ageing

Posted on Mon, 14 Dec 2020

Skilfully done.

This powerful poem about ageing and nature is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day -- please do share. 

 

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And another one to add to the

Posted on Sat, 12 Dec 2020

And another one to add to the list. Fantastic. 

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Underneath the polite,

Posted on Sun, 06 Dec 2020

Underneath the polite, measured reflections, there’s something deliciously weird and off-kilter going on in this story, which is why it is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day. Please share!  

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