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Tanka Challenge: Summer Fun

Summer’s here once more Trekking, climbing, up the hills Breathtaking landscapes Ginger beer to quench your thirst Thank you God for such blessings For Weekly Tanka Challenge Advertisements

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Tanka Challenge: Indifferent Targets

Slowly, gradually We’ve lost our humanity People or game birds? Occupation, drones and lies Precious lives disregarded For Weekly Tanka Challenge  

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FFfAW: The Rescue

Caroline was on the fifteenth floor when the fire broke out. She rushed to the stairs but the flames were rapidly moving upwards. She raced back up, flung open the window and shouted for help. A ladder was extended to her … Continue reading

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SPF: Callous Conscience

As bodies fell, the riot police stood silently by as the fanatic mob slaughtered civilians. Later, there were reports of women having their stomachs slashed open and thrown into fires. Watching his State bleed, Chief Minister Ned Moody had a … Continue reading

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TLT: Faith

She bitterly dismissed reaching for the sky. Conceding defeat, the formidable barriers of failure and dismay closed in. A flicker at first, her soaring prison lit up bit by bit, until her confines shone bright and she once again looked … Continue reading

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TLT: Insufficient

For every day he spent with her, he got a tattoo done. When she died, he’d gaze at his ink filled arms, hoping to get some satisfaction in the physical fullness of the words and images ingrained on his skin. … Continue reading

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FFfAW: Blushing Bessie

“You’re doing great Bess!” Bessie blushed. She was really enjoying her flying lessons with her new instructor, Dan. Suddenly, the glass window near Dan shattered. He yelled as shards of glass pierced his eyes. Horrified, Bessie tried to steady the helicopter. … Continue reading

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