Monthly Archives: July 2013

Neve’s Holiday

“Raesan?” Neve called even while straightening to a sit. Where was he? Usually when she woke from the trance he was slouched in the recliner, else restlessly pacing. She cocked her head the better to hear. But the house was … Continue reading

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As Drought Continues

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, when Chief Spelan insisted the lowlander clans owed them grain, Kerrid tried to cause peace and for her troubles earned a spear through her chest. Yet River Child’s wise man saw how she Asarically healed … Continue reading

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Sir Guy’s Dragon Quest

Neve paced, trying to contain her anger at Raesan. Why had he brought her out of that scene? To her, that scene had been crucial. Guy had stated his cause. Kerrid had empathised with him; she had even told them … Continue reading

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The Mummy

There was a mummy, laid in a case. Perfect legs, but smashed-in face. What will become of him when he reaches eternity? He’ll walk around in graceless anonymity. Inspired by documentary recently watched.

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Toli’s Tall Tales: The Boy In The Boat

Hey, Toli here, to tell you another tall tale. But being tall doesn’t mean it’s not true. See, it has to be true else we Angles, those soft southern Saxons, and even the long-bearded Lombards, we’d all be liars. And … Continue reading

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Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill went up the hill To fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown. While Jill snuck away, smothering her laughter.

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Running The Dawn Hills

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid saw her Web-vision becoming real. Chief Spelan, intent on collecting what he thought was his due, was gathering his clan to him, to lead them then to their certain death. Kerrid tried, unsuccessfully, to talk him … Continue reading

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