EDIT 28/03/18: I WILL CATCH UP SOON! But due to life being bit unusually busy at present I cannot 100% say when ‘soon’ will be 😦 apologies…
Missed last couple of Wednesdays, for which I’m sorry – but double whammy this Wednesday with a new short piece from the universe and a diary entry 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and for followers who have stayed around a while sticking with me despite my inability to get a hang of this regular weekly posts malarkey!
Standing drenched by raindrops
Falling from a slate sky
I am finally ready
To spread my wings – Continue reading
When you held out a hand to stop me, I protested. I wanted to get away from the taunts and jeers as quickly as possible and panicked when you not only ignored my protests, but grabbed my shoulder and turned me around to face my tormentors.
Hellooo, here’s the second part of this story!
“What kind of rumours?” Tia asked, before she could help herself.
I feel your loss most keenly in those moments between sleeping and waking, when dreams have not quite given way to my new, bleak reality and my mind tricks me into thinking that you are still by my side.
It’s going to have to be a two- (or perhaps three?) parter, I’m afraid (EDIT 19/02/18 – it’s a two parter!!), if I’m to get it in before tomorrow! Here is last Wednesday’s belated post (a short piece from my fantasy universe
Hellooo realised I missed a diary entry and did an extra bit from the fantasy universe again last week, so here’s a Wednesday (yes tad belated!) diary excerpt to get things back to track, obviously Continue reading
I don’t remember much about that morning, because I was only six years old. I do remember that the lady policewoman gave me a lollipop, an orange flavoured one, to distract me from the fact that mother couldn’t stop crying.
As I hold the seashell up to my ear,
I hear your sighs once more,
Willing me to join you
On the ocean floor. Continue reading
Rough and unpolished, but wanted to get it on here. Another from the universe of my creation…
“Hundreds of years ago, there was a brave little girl just like you girls, who grew up to be an extraordinarly brave woman,” the nurse smiled at her three charges,