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First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. Today’s book was a gift to me that I’m very much looking forward to reading.
This little novella completely floored me. In 114 pages of half-prose and half-poetry, it speaks from the point of view of a bereaved family – boys who lost their mother and a […]
This is one of those rare (for me) reviews splurged out immediately after reading the last line of the book, which is telling to how much I was gripped by The Dance Tree’s final chapters.
Sometimes short fiction really hits the spot!
This tag was created by Jordyn Reads and it looks so fun I just wanted to give it a go!
WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam over on Taking on a World of Words.
My Writings – see more here
Sitting for the first time alone, having bid goodbye to your weeping mother at the cusp of college term, dusk lifts your dandelion hair against the orange stone, and you are caught […]
There was no single moment of goodbye Just a tapdance of last times Each blissfully, beautifully unaware That they were the last of their kind. I did not want you to end […]
Communications are getting Scrambled. Once knew three languages, complete with traditional songs. Transcribed politics with my typewriter, Romanced my love with the same, Poems tapped on round, chapped keys – The rubbed […]
How can I convince you, I’m a river not a sewer?! I wasn’t always caged in Victorian walls, raging in the dark of an underground vein, sunlight dust-diluted, broken by gratings. My […]
Geshel tied the mooring ropes tight and sat cradling his tea. This mooring had never been free before. It was popular. A comfortable day’s journey from Cabrin, only a few hours from Bow market, […]
Sunshine cracks through the canopy. Mushrooms, like white blood cells, tranquilise time. There is no ending of things. When the light goes, only badgers and deer will know we are here. In […]