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Memory Monday: Our Adventure…The Last Crusade?

I have been having a look through some of my old belongings that have been in storage for the better part of a decade now and stumbled upon a few old stories that I wrote when I was a kid.  511 more words

The Flat Cap

This Post Was Cobbled Together

How many cobblers do you know? Not as in the dessert, but as in the shoemaker. I’m fortunate to know two.

I met Jackie at university, back when dinosaurs ruled the Earth and university education in Australia was free — must be about 30 years now. 642 more words


Oh Warm Lunch of Bygone Days

By Bhuvi M

Oh Bhaat, Dal, Aloo Bhujiya,
Three ladle of steaming bhaat,
Two of boiled arhar dal,
A handful of aloo bhujiya,
Was all that cradled my soul. 143 more words


Start with your tricycle,
Grow into your bicycle.
Rollerblade down the hill,
Hop, jump, run, but never sit still.
The bygone days.

Scrape your knee,
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I didn’t look at him, but I heard him loud and clear, “Right now, you are exactly what I need.  You’re my muse.” Careful not to ruin the moment, I remained silent, but my inner goddess wanted more and asked in a subdued whisper, “Until when?”

- Ember -



“My presence intoxicates you, engulfs you in a sensual smoke of seduction, and overwhelms you into a state of incoherence. My absence simply renders you senseless. 8 more words


Woodcraft 17: Dead Wood

That evening, shortly after my sister and I had gone to bed for the night, I heard my grandfather call my father on the telephone. 599 more words