Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Absentee Father by John Lary

Absentee Father by John Lary 693 words Ed and Sally’s two-year-old daughter Emmy followed her mother into the kitchen, helpfully dropping an open pot of strawberry yoghurt into the dishwasher. As Sally fished this out, Emmy gazed up at her … Continue reading

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The Church by John Lary

Benny pressed both hands against the cold black wood of the church door and pushed. The door stayed firmly shut. “Not yet” said Benny to himself. He turned and walked away from the desolate old building and back up the … Continue reading

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A SEASONAL POEM by Marion Twyman

A SEASONAL POEM  by  Marion Twyman Christmas is coming, Santa’s packing the sleigh. The reindeer are getting restless, keen to be on their way. The turkey and ham are on order, mince pies are in the tin, The cake’s an … Continue reading

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THE ROBINS TALE – By John Lary

Robin Robin and Roberta Robin made their home together in the wisteria draped around Shorne Village Cricket Club’s club house. Robin Robin (obviously his parents lacked imagination) worked hard to build a veritable palace of a nest for the two … Continue reading

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