Tag Archives: Legends

Lunch Time

Photo prompt courtesy Sue Vincent I froze the mighty ocean into a large block of ice, but it still refused to die It propelled itself out of the water, as if it was going to touch the sky But its … Continue reading

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Demolition Man

I looked at my creation again. It was stunning, a virtual masterpiece, as Bird Baths go. It was a steep downgrade, of course, from the columns of colonnades in my last masterpiece, but… The owner of the villa inspected the … Continue reading

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The Face that Launched a Thousand Ships

Photo prompt courtesy Sue Vincent I stared fiercely towards the horizon as tears flew freely down my face. I still could not believe it. Helen….my Helen….gone….just like that. It was all that rake Paris’s fault, of course. He had been … Continue reading

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A Daughter’s Love

All I remember is my name- Fannie Hooe. And that I’m looking for my Daddy. Mommy told me that he was a soldier at Fort Wilkins, and I would recognize him if I ever met him. I’ve met so many … Continue reading

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The Fall of Lagos #PortugalPlots #28DaysinPortugal

The enemy had been hammering at our castle’s gates for two weeks now, and our defences were barely holding up. Our walls were broken in various places, we’d run out of food, and had just one day of drinking water … Continue reading

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Nemesis

“They live beyond the clouds, on the top of the mountain, but to go there is madness Agnes,” warned our village chieftain. But much as I respected him, I could not afford to pay any heed to his words right … Continue reading

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Banished

We had to keep looking ahead, keep moving forward, for there was nothing left behind us, nothing but death and destruction. Uprooted from a land on which generations of us had taken birth, lived our lives, and prospered. Our lives … Continue reading

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