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Emptiness | Scribbling Stones Day 3

grey hearts on pink plastic red hair streaks sharp cheeks paint piled on pants too chubby babies to match the teddies tassels and bows and a painting here and there tall claims and trite slogans lime green and gaudy orange … Continue reading

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Wholly uncool

New event in athletics- running, hampered by a bulky, prospectively unsteady baggage on your back, dressed not in the stretchiest of trousers, buttoned to the throat, replete with a  tie that flaps and distracts you. Shoes, you can choose. But this is serious and your … Continue reading

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That LOUD Colour called Maroon

Bedecked and bejeweled, and weighed down in a manner unseemly, she was marooned on the dais, assaulted by the smoke, aggrieved by the chants, struggling not to stumble, stall or fall as she took her first hesitant steps into bedlam … Continue reading

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Love Affair

He rode her easily and effortlessly. She was a willing pupil, eager to be guided. They plunged ahead- an ecstatic journey, a fleeting joy. It was the consummation of an impassioned love affair; bound to be termed scandalous and yet secretly envied. … Continue reading

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