Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Dragon – Sunday Photo Fiction

AnElephantCant ever be big-headed You never hear him boasting or bragging He can’t flit or fly Like a bird in the sky And he can’t roast chestnuts or potatoes like a dragon This is a weekly invitation to write a … Continue reading

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silent song bird

the view is very different since my world turned upside down when once I was the leading man I am now the tearstained clown I think I can write the perfect script but each time I find the wrong word … Continue reading

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Wine Cellar – Friday Fictioneers

AnElephantCant always write a new rhyme Sometimes he can’t write anything useful at all Do you think he is wrong To steal words from a song When the bottles are not green and they do not hang on a wall … Continue reading

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Fair Sphere – Sunday Photo Fiction

 AnElephantCant always be well behaved He often gets into all sorts of trouble He does nothing too grievous But he can be mischievous He apologises for bursting the bubble This is a weekly invitation to write a short piece of … Continue reading

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her eyes

she feels the heartache deep inside she feels the wind blow through her eyes she understands an elephant’s heart she knows why he lies down and cries she has a gently loving soul she never intends to cause him pain … Continue reading

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The Walk – Friday Fictioneers

AnElephantCant write a rhyme this week He only has time for a very short addendum Please take it on trust He does what he must He is home to back Yes in the Independence Referendum Once again it is Friday … Continue reading

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The Prisoners

The Prisoners The five men have been prisoners for 300 long years. They have attempted to escape previously, but a lack of unified commitment has always thwarted them. That, and the guards, ten times their number, who spread lies, doubt … Continue reading

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