Monthly Archives: May 2011

THE ANCIENT MARINER by Henry Bradford

The ancient mariner was sitting by the seashore, Smoking a clay pipe as old sailors Advertisements

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THE DARK DARK WOODS by Pat Jerome

In the centre of the dark, dark wood the Trolls circled menacingly around Melinda,

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HAPPY N.A.A.F.I. DAYS by Pat Jerome

The word NAAFI to some, brings memories of war times if you are of a certain

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THE ACCIDENT by Pat Jerome

“I saw it all,” said a pompous looking man. “That girls stepped out in front of the motor bike;

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TUESDAY by Pat Jerome

In the dark, the mind numbing cold darkness, I fumbled in my bag for the keys. They had to be there. I know because I had

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LIVING DANGEROUSLY by Marion Twyman

Well it has certainly turned out to be the holiday of a lifetime, for more reasons than one ! We decided on this cruise

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UNEXPECTED VISITORS by Marion Twyman

As Janet collected her washing off the clothes line, she was mentally planning the afternoon ahead of her. She would do the ironing watching ‘Diagnosis Murder’

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Odd Job Man by Margaret Haig

“Hurry up Molly”, I called to wife who was in the kitchen, “the programme is just about to start.” “Just coming Billy”, she replied “ Oooh I’m so excited, who would have thought our Tim would be on the TV.”

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PRESENTING A BOUQUET TO THE QUEEN 1955 by Denise Leppard

It started with my mother telling me she and I were going to a party to be held at the oil refinery, just down the road. This was interesting but something of a distraction from the many things that normally … Continue reading

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THE BUTTON by Kay Rootes

I’m always in a rush and leave things to the last minute. I had to catch the 8.03 for Charing X if I didn’t want the last warning to be put into effect should I be late again. But as … Continue reading

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