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MY FAVOURITE COLOUR by Marion Twyman.

I am an Anglo Saxon girl, Blonde hair, and eyes of blue, And although my locks have faded My eyes retain their hue. Blue makes me think of sunny skies And flowers growing wild These memories have been with me … Continue reading

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PRAWN TIKKA MASALA by Ray Abinett

Ranjit Singh had been brought up in Peshawar, close to the Khyber Pass. As he sat back in his chauffeur driven Rolls Royce he still couldn’t believe his luck since coming to England ten years ago. Since then he had … Continue reading

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The Prize Giving by David Soud

‘St Joseph’s Primary school good morning can I help?’ ‘Daniel South for Year Four assembly.’ There was a pause then the voice said ‘Just a moment please.’ The door was opened by the Head mistress Mrs Clarke. She gave me … Continue reading

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SHIPWRECK by Pat Jerome

Dark rocks protrude above the raging turmoil, Tearing the bottom out of the ship Wind howls thro’ the rigging.

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SERENITY by Pat Jerome

A dhow glides noiselessly across the blue lagoon, sails billowing gently in the following breeze, drawing an arrow wake behind it.

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Come on now by David Soud

I’m a regular kind of fellow who gives life all he’s got I used to jog a little and now it’s quite a lot For there’s a man behind me and every time I slow He’s yelling in my ear … Continue reading

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ON FRIDAY IT RAINED by Ray Abinett

‘Can you go and water the garden for me?’ said Tracey to her flat mate Tom, sounding somewhat tired and exasperated. Tom looked up from reading his paper and gave her a dismissive stare. He then continued reading his paper. … Continue reading

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THE HEADACHE by Ray Abinett

I don’t usually get headaches. That’s not to say that I don’t suffer what I consider other more problematical complaints. My doctor say’s I must be the type of person that is talked about in his monthly health magazine. I … Continue reading

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IN MY DAY by Ray Abinett

In my day you could play in the street without any worries about the traffic as there wasn’t much of it. I suppose there weren’t more than two or three cars parked in a road of 150 houses at any … Continue reading

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FAMILY CONNECTIONS by Ray Abinett

The first time I saw the group of black ivory Indian elephants sitting in the antique shop it immediately made me recall the ones my Grandmother had sitting in her ornament stand in her front room.

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