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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 684: Buzzing of the Mower

Cold and soon it all begins but the buzzing of the mower won’t stop buzzing out and carrying through the air and into my window which right now I need to leave open as there’s a bit of a moisture … Continue reading

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The End of 2019

It’s late in the evening and I was hoping to be in bed by this point, but sometimes I do have reasons to stay awake. For once it is not procrastination. Last year, whilst walking to the train station with … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 494: Run on the Day

Looking forward to the future, but there is nothing to see other than what is directly in front of me. I can’t predict the future, but perhaps I can if I look at the way the light falls from a … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 490: Keep Ringing

It is Monday. It is in the A.M. It is a day of work, but a short one (I hope). Today will not be a long day, unless it attaches more hours. The weather does not heave, but it is … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 433: Racing Both Time and Cake

What a day. When I say that, I mean that it was indeed a day, and a day it was, and now I am here getting that across to you, the reader, who just so also happens to be the … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 133: On the Mind

I have a certain desire to succeed at almost everything I do, and yet it is often overwhelmed by a desire to do and see as many things as I can, usually changing far more often than I would hope, … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 119: Herman MacGuyman

It was just another day at the office for Herman MacGuyman. Nothing was out of the ordinary, as was the case. Every day transitioned into the next without so much of a blink or a whisper of excitement. He would … Continue reading

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