Twittering Tales #58 – 14 November 2017

This week for my entry to Kat Myrman‘s Twittering Tales we have been  double word count. We can either use 140 characters or 280 characters. 


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It was his life it always had been. His lamp in his hand he saw them off in the morning and he counted them back in the evening. He was the harbour light. Once they saw his lamp they  felt home safe. Five generations he had taught. He was afraid to die, who  would take his place.

280 characters.

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Twittering Tales.#56  31/10/17

This week being Halloween, today infact, Kat of Like Murcury Colliding has given us three devilishly good photo to choose from. The photos are so good I choose to use all three! A Halloween Trio in fact! 

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Red or Dead

Her eyes compelled him, he surrendered his soul. When he died his soul was trapped within her red shawl. Look closely you can see his face.

(139 characters)

Beware The pumpkin man

Jake wanted them to take a closer look. Joe had heard bad things about this place.

Jake wasn’t listening he left Joe, never to be seen again.

(140 characters)

Pumpkin Dreams

On top of the pile

Carve out your smile.

Have a candle burn your gut.

Be sliced scored and cut.

To make the children scream

Every pumpkin’s dream

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Twittering Tales 24/10/17

Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding has given us another interesting photo for this week’s Twitter Tales.

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They walked towards the light,  the last of their kind. 

Fear filled their bodies. Unknown to them the female carried another being inside her.

Twittering Tales  #54 – 17 October 2017

This is my entry for Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding weekly Twittering Tales Prompt.

There is nothing like winter sun. It has no warmth to speak of.  Yet it has a crystal clear light that hides no secrets. It lifts your soul .

(141 Characters)

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Twittering Tale #53 – 10 October 2017

This week the promt for Twittering Tales from Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding is this fabulous photo.

Even in the worst of winter it was the safest option for them. They had secreted blanks gloves and bed socks. Huddled together they kept warm.

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Twittering Tales #52 – 3 October 2017

This week’s Twittering Tales from Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding is a scary one for me…..

Let’s see what I can do with it.. with my eyes closed and my fingers crossed!!

Pushed away at home and at school

Always treated as the class fool.

He grew up happy in his own space.

He was a hit, and now wears a happy face.

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Twittering Tale #51 – 26 September 2017

This is this week Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales Prompt.

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“Look” he said. “It was just like this, round and ruby red” My eyes grew larger. 

“It was bigger of course  and full of poison.” Winked Grandpa.

Twittering Tales #50 19/9/17

This is my entry to this week’s Twittering Tales, hosted by the very talented Kat Myrman of like Murcury Colliding.

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Damn which path should I take! Why had I not brought my SatNav.  It was cold and getting dark. I could hear the wolves baying for my blood.

Twittering Tales#49.

This week Kat Myrman of Like Murcury Colliding has given us a very interesting photo as or Twittering Tales Prompt.

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Bare feet pounding down the hallway  so many doors. Help someone help! Arriving at reception in her pyjamas. Help please I think he has gone.

Twittering Tale #48 – 5 September 2017

This week’s Twittering Tales Prompt from Kat Myrman’s Like Murcury Colliding is  The Coffee Shop and the photo below. All in 140 or less characters.

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Image from Pixabay.

The plush coffee bar had a special buzz. Alejandro the sexy  Batista was always there with a smile and a”The usual?” Until one day he wasn’t

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