John Donne sums up Brexit
Drone - photo from Pixabay.com Growing the hedge hadn’t worked. Folks were still spying on him. Why were they so interested? He aimed his best assault rifle at the drone. (140 characters) Written for Kat Myrman's weekly Twittering Tales Challenge
My best friend. How could you? Written as usual for the fabulous Six Word Story Challenge over at Nicola's place.
Earth has not anything to show more fair: Dull would he be of soul who could pass by A sight so touching in its majesty: This City now doth like a garment wear The beauty of the morning: silent, bare, Ships, towers, domes, theatres and temples lie; Open unto the fields, and to the sky … Continue reading Upon Westminster Bridge, Sept 3 1802
Happy to hear that things are looking up for Helen and her fiancé. This week's prompt is to share a song about healing - I know this is a bit of a tenuous link, but here's the Beatles' Hey Jude. This song has always seemed to be about emotional recovery to me. It's marvellous anyway. … Continue reading Song Lyric Sunday: Healing
I've enjoyed taking part in Kat's weekly Twittering Tales challenge to write a tweet-sized story in response to a photo prompt. But my goodness, this one was difficult! I've been staring at this picture since Tuesday and scratching my head. What's it all about? Who is she? Clothes like that make me think of some … Continue reading Twittering Tales #22: 21st March 2017
in which I sing the praises of WordPress
Her smile undid his noble intentions A six word story about temptation written for Nicola's weekly challenge over at Sometimes Stellar Storyteller.
My favourite cover version? This was a tough one, there are so many! I was thinking of the Byrds' version of 'Mr Tambourine Man', or maybe Sinead O'Connor's 'Nothing Compares 2U'. But in honour of the late great Chuck Berry who died this weekend, and because Back to the Future is one of my favourite … Continue reading Song Lyric Sunday: Cover Versions
each letter a clatter word follows word aching fingers growing stronger stories gradually getting longer word after word after word (130 characters) An attempt at a rhyme for this week's Twittering Tale Challenge from Kat, to write a tweet sized response to this picture: