Category Archives: Sunday Photo Fiction

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The future awaits

Photo © Sascha Darlington   here’s the future community white domes of different shapes you see where everyone can stay for free away from harsh reality, that’s the key   everyone has its commitment to be helpful, kind and pleasant different religion and race diversity we sure embrace and our forefront   the theory is […]

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The lake is calm – Sunday Photo Fiction – January 29th 2017

© C.E.Ayr THIS WEEK’S WORDS come from “Boy Breaking Glass” by Gwendolyn Brooks: broken, create, pepper, plank, revenge, music, longer, mistake, cliff, loneliness, everything, snare the plank of loneliness was here music was broken by the lake and so what a mistake to make when everything was by the pier a snare when we create […]

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Busy weekend

The long holiday weekend was so busy, he was happy to go back to the more relaxing schedule of the work week. Jack and Rose thought they’d spend the long weekend away from home and drive to another state. They raced their car to their destination, together with hundreds of others who thought of the […]

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I singe when I touch the water

I singe when I touch the water waking up my senses, becoming one shrill in my head reaching its peak and I’m confused and what was that at the altar? altar was covered with ribbons with blue stitches all over the circle drawing our attention to the goblet of bones as we listen to the […]

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Ma, Pa and Baby bear

THIS WEEK’S WORDS come from “The Necessity” by Alice B. Fogel: siblings, meek, prowls, spring, inhale, fear, pressed, remind, sleep, hungry, lamb, wolves Ma, Pa and Baby bear Out of fear of the wolves Sleeping on my bed Baby’s siblings not there Hungry in the shed Ma, Pa and Baby bear As meek as spring […]

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The New Year

THIS WEEK’S WORDS come from “The New Year” by Jason Shinder: bottom, breath, blue, dressed, drowning, discovered, match, mirror, mine, losing, love, lap I greeted the New Year with all the love And from above we get all the blessing Dressed up like king with golden crown and gloves Discovered dove when the eggs were […]

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It was Christmas morning and all through the house…..

We hear the sound of children whispering excitedly… ”Has Father Christmas been?” “Has he eaten the minced pie we left for him and the carrot for the reindeer?” “ssshhh, we should still be in bed…” A soft “Silent Night” was playing on the radio. Mum and Dad still in bed. One of the kids tiptoed […]

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Buddha as symbol of peace

I’m sitting comfortably in the lounge Thoughts slipping into a familiar groove Now legs crossed in the couch with soft cushion Following Buddha as symbol of peace No grinding sound, all machines’ volume off The huge room is as silent as the grave Not afraid to put cards on the table Perfect time to meditate […]

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Sunday Photo Fiction – December 11th 2016 – The Torch

One, two, three, I need the answer Else I put this on high, the torch Foul, my instincts say and thereafter The spin gained a momentum as it scorch Hit the ball to win the game Board games and the like, such is sport Tell me the truth, I keep this aflame Think about it […]

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Sunday Photo Fiction – December 4th 2016 – Snow this morning

What a beautiful day! I woke up this morning to this pure and bright snowy day. Him Indoors had to shovel the snow in our garden path, as well as the front of our house, between the garages. He didn’t mind at all, it’s like his morning exercise. And I have to take lots of […]

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