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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 807: Duck’s First Strike

Sometimes when the duck strikes, it strikes thrice. the first time it was in the dark night of the dark night. Some would say the duck of the night, but we need to be clear on this one. It was … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 78: Walking Along Cooks River

I think at this point I need a bit of sleep. Going for lengthy walks is not something I do regularly enough and so my body is feeling the suffering that that ends up leading to, and it just ain’t … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 778: In the Service of Surface

Where does the time go? It’s not in front of me, that’s for sure. I don’t know what I am going on about so far, so that means we might just be off to a good start. Either that or … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 38: Itchy and Learning

My left elbow is far itchier than I thought it would be. I thought it would not be itchy at all, and yet it is. I feel a strong urge to scratch it, but instead I’m going to try and … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 638: Two Hours Beyond Work

It’s been a long day and I don’t feel like writing, but at the same time I do so I’m going to do my best. People have started the panic buying of alcohol and of course it has created a … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 610: The Horse Left

There was a short stir before the horse left of its own accord and headed off to only horses know where, for there were horse things that needed to be done and there were dresses that only horses knew that … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 488: A Train Goes by

The low rumbling of a train goes by. It is not so loud that it overtakes everything, but it is loud enough to be present; to be there, in presence, making itself known and reminding us of its existence as … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 463: Such a Drag

Walking is such a drag, but when you’re dragging all that which you’ve left behind, then it’s more of a slide, of sorts. Where is this going? I don’t know, I’m just here to let you know. So sliding. Sliding … Continue reading

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Milton Man Gogh: Live at Lazybones Bar 04.03.2017 Review

The first band of the night was Martin Kay Group. They played an exploratory set with a nice balance between each player. Their sound seemed to be designed to take you on a journey and whilst I’m not so certain … Continue reading

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To Mount Dingo: The Base of Splendour Rock and Heading Down

We kept on going when Ewe cramped up hard. Although he had a slight cramp earlier, this one forced him to stop walking. It wasn’t the worst thing that could have happened, but as we were on a steep incline, … Continue reading

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