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Daily Writing Part 255. Story of Poems Part 190

Random words of the day: Snail. Statue The plot thickens once again… Usually, a newcomer gets a few stanzas in before someone even reacts. It’s not often they’re promptly stopped in their tracks like this. Whether something or someone else

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Daily Writing Part 254. Story of Poems Part 189

Random words of the day: Barrier. Turtle As a certain music producer tends to say: another one! Yes, lo and behold, here comes a new challenger yet again! I’d remark about the strangeness of it being an armour-clad animal, but

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Coming Up – A Writing Haiku

An actual new story not written in November?! What is this madness?! Yes, to help the good people stuck at (or away from) home right now, I’ll be writing a brand new fantasy story built on the lore of the

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Daily Writing Part 253. Story of Poems Part 188

Random words of the day: Surface. Critic As a certain British comedy group used to say: get on with it! We know it’s great! Start making your food so we can actually begin with the events! You know, the more

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New Beginnings – A Haiku

Another walk inspired haiku today. I have the good fortune of living with a small forest/park just around the corner with a petting zoo next to it, so I don’t have to go far to find a nice place to

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Daily Writing Part 252. Story of Poems Part 187

Random words of the day: Scallop. Giraffe See, they’re just looking out for the people visiting this grand event! Don’t know about you, but I feel this oddly coloured reptile is alright. I’ll admit, the business talk increasing with each

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Hatchling – A Haiku

Even if it’s been heading back in the right direction, the writing schedule is still a tad chaotic. As a result, here’s a haiku I’d written sometime last week. It was inspired by one of the lovely sights I come

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