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The churchbells shuddered

When God came down , the rivers overflowed Great trees were floating ,angled and exposed The houses broke up like a loaf to crumbs The hearts of humans  trembled  till they hummed The winds deceived, the gusts unmeasured stung The … Continue reading

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When you’re lonely

Mary was feeling lonely on Sunday so she decided to go to the Urgent Care Centre in a cab.There were not  many people there but enough to give her  2 hours  in the Waiting Room.Having signed in ,by claiming to … Continue reading

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Mary meets her neighbours

Sitting on the high backed,v Ercol sofa  in the large sitting room of her new neighbours Tom and Edina, Mary sipped at the PG Tips tea she had been given in a pseudo-art deco mug.The tea tasted pseudo as well! … Continue reading

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Shall I my life of evil start?

  Photo by Mike Flemming 2020.Copyright   When true love’s gone and doom hangs over head When life runs like a river to the sea Then shall I take new lovers to my bed? And with their carnal touch consoled … Continue reading

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How is this?

An unusual image by Mike Flemming 2020 Copyright I have got more and more incontinent. Do stop admiring Europe Why do the government tell us to eat more fruit and veg? To help evacuate the Common Market from our bodies … Continue reading

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Mary meets a man

  I I am doing research into which place people watch TV, the young man at the door told Mary I rarely watch TV, Mary informed him First please tell me your name and ethnic group .he asked her.We must … Continue reading

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Her pure nylon nightdress covered in snakes

Photo by Mike Flemming Annie went onto Mary’s patio at 10 am and  began  to water her many  tubs.The watering can was filled with rain water though the weather was now  a  little drier.Emile ran behind her admiring her  tight … Continue reading

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He told me once that saying Mass is just a piece of cake

The fishing nets have tangled round a  little submarine Can the sailors pull it up, or will their nets all break? We wonder  who might live in it,  it can’t be the Queen I looked once in the mirror and … Continue reading

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Mary needs a lock on the door

The doorbell rang yet again.Mary crept into the hall and saw through the  little window  a young man with a van marked Maypole Locksmiths.She opened the door and explained she could not lock her door with a key but only … Continue reading

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Stan and the angel

\ Stan had eaten too much pizza because he was extremely ravenous from doing the washing. and hanging it up on the mulberry tree in his long garden Now he felt lazy and haphazardly dim and other worldly and liable … Continue reading

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Mary burst out laughing. You are a weird person, the doctor said

First posted on July 29, 2019 Mary went to the hospital  to see the rheumatologist.The entire hospital had been re-built and half the site was full of so called “Executive Homes”She and Annie took a cab as it was raining hard.Although … Continue reading

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What has God got to do?

    My photo Doctor, I saw my husband last night I’ m afraid  the NHS can’t help you. But he’s an hallucination Do stop showing off.I know you taught Philosophy at Cambridge That’s why  I am like this. Like … Continue reading

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