Message in a bottle – 2

Salford, 21st July 2017 Remember that piece I wrote about the message washed up in a bottle ?  I’ve given it a little thought and wrote what might have been on that rolled up paper!   Sat, as I am on this deserted isle I’m sending this message to make someone smile Being stuck onContinue reading “Message in a bottle – 2”

Billy the Conqueror

Conquer   Could it be fate, that at 11.06 a new king of the schoolyard was crowned ? In a Hastings school conquest with the town folk watching Harry saw his hopes and dreams shatter into a hundred different pieces over the tarmac floor But unlike his namesake – he didn’t get any in hisContinue reading “Billy the Conqueror”

Treasure

Treasure Taken from merchant ships, by Rascals of the seven seas Every pirate worth their salty sea legs Admires the prize of jewels, silver and gold doubloons Some keep their precious horde hidden Under tropical sands , deserted shores – only Revealed many moons later by a younger Explorer, following the pirates charts and maps

Eerie

eerie Eerie, by Brian F Kirkham   The most frightening thing about Halloween – Nothing’s going on! No cars moving down main street No children around saying “Trick or Treat” Not a sound of a Movement in the midnight air Look out of the window – there’s nobody there but floating through air – theContinue reading “Eerie”

Six word story challenge : Anticipation

27th February 2016 Recently i’ve been taking part in the Six Word Story Challenge run by one of my fellow bloggers Sometimes Stellar… here’s the link : https://nicolaauckland.wordpress.com/2016/02/27/sometimes-stellar-storyteller-six-word-story-challenge-23/ This weeks challenge : A six worder on Anticipation – Here’s my Take on it Chocolate Pudding for Afters – Can’t Wait!

A Tale of Old Boots

In a part of the corridor, just by the stairs by the front door, lies a pair of Old Black Boots. It’s been quite a while since they have been walking. Their leather is worn from the passing of time and many a moorland excursion. Lakeland water now pools at the toes.But they still feelContinue reading “A Tale of Old Boots”