Twittering Tales #76 – 20 March 2017

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Satan shouted, who had moved his bucket. Silence, Uriel has been clearing up had he moved it? Satan was getting annoyed, where was his spawn.
Uriel smiled as two little boys wandered off into the sun set carrying a bucket of black smelly spawn. Uriel loved making children happy.
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Twittering Tales #74.

Why would politeness make any difference. They never listen. They all go their own sweet way giving us the finger as they do.
We need to do something to keep them to the path. Those flowers are last of their kind, if they get trampled that’s it. How about. KEEP OUT MINES!

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Twittering Tale #72 – 20 February 2018 – “Hopewell”


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Another morning in the gray soulless house. She crept out of the door into cold gray air. Her case was light as she carried it down the drive so as not to wake those in the house
Out of the gray gates for the last time! Today the first day of her life in colour.Farewell Hopewell.

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Twittering Tale #71 – 13 February 2018 – It’s a Sign

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“I told the mayor, Mrs Finigan I did.”Said Aylish Mehon, crossing her arms. “Those damn Murphy boys have repositioned each and every sign. Last night! I told Sean to go out and stop them. But no he’d not leave his bed! Now no one will know their Aillwee’s Cave from Frank’s Pub”

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Twittering Tales. #70. 6/2/18

This week Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding has given us another intriguing photo as a prompt for Twittering Tales.

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The Shock.

Running as fast as she could towards the railway. Up and over the style, she was stopped dead in her tracks. There was a note right where her foot had landed on the style. Held down by a stone, a hand written note. Slowly and carefully she picked it up and cautiously read it.

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Twittering Tales. 30/1/2018.

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Fifty shades of Grey

Lean in,I willed him to look closer, to be astounded by my choice of reading.I wanted him to be impressed by my collection of prize winning books. He’d never know that I had not read any of them. I was just like my bookcase all show. Fifty shades of Grey no colour, no substance.

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Twittering Tales #68. 23 January. The Village.

This week our photo Prompt from Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding for Twittering Tales, is a lovely Scandinavian looking village..

And we all watch those Scandinavian detective stories don’t we …. So dark!

The Village. ( Byen)

Dark fell, the lights in the village came on giving the place a fairytale look. From on top of the snowy ridge he stood wrapped up against the cold. Knife in gloved hand dripping blood.
From his green shoes to his red feathered hat the elf looked so cute. Just don’t invite him in.

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Twittering Tale #67 – “The Tree” – 16 January 2018

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             The Tree

Deep in the woods she sat and wept. Tears fell hitting the ground and rolling away. She felt deserted her greenery and limbs shook. 

They say the apple does not fall far from the tree. That maybe but gone it was and she was alone. She fell, no one  heard. Yet all her sisters wept.

Twittering Tale #66 – 9 January 2018 – The Interview

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The Interview.

You have 3 brothers


Do you see them often


Are you close


Care to elaborate


Can you tell me their whereabouts


They keep you busy


Who would you say has the hardest job?




Why is that

I clear up their mess

Who works harder than you Death

Well possibly God 

Twittering Tales #65

Well here we are 2nd of January and our first Twittering Tales of 2018, brought to us from Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding.

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I had been driving ten hours straight and I was tired. I had to get home in time to see Rob.

My eyes heavy I started to doze I came to my senses as the car slew across the dark road and into a ditch narrowly avoiding the water filled hole in the road.

We don’t need two deaths today

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