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The Freedom Fighter

The rising sun filled my heart with dread. Photo courtesy Sue Vincent I couldn’t wait any longer. I looked at my formidable enemy once again, and knew I didn’t stand a chance. But I had to try and rescue my … Continue reading

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The Hunter & The Prey

I saw her strut about on the other side of the window like she owned the place, and in addition to irritation, hunger pangs kicked in. PHOTO PROMPT ¬© Jean L. Hays She looked amazingly succulent, but the door was … Continue reading

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A Father’s Love

“I’m sorry dad, I failed to catch that fish,” Ernie confessed to his father Steve with a heavy heart. Steve knew that if his son lost confidence now, he would never be able to make it in their world, so … Continue reading

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The Aftermath #PortugalPlots #28DaysInPortugal

They tried to kill me in various ways But my resilient spirit left them in a daze They were crushed, and I, the winner, took it all While they regretted their madness, in taking that near-fatal call   They tried … Continue reading

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A Lazy Day in Prazeres #PortugalPlots #28DaysInPortugal

It was a foggy day, and the normally deep blue sea had merged seamlessly with the grey clouds and mist. In short, a perfect day for just lying in the blanket¬† and catching up on our reading, while drinking copious … Continue reading

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The Object of My Affection #PortugalPlots #28DaysInPortugal

The first time I saw her, I knew I had to make her mine. And so, I did everything in my power to get her for myself. However, what I had not bargained for was the attraction from undesirable elements … Continue reading

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The Makeover of Prazeres #PortugalPlots #28DaysInPortugal

The highway was empty, as usual, and my car spoke with the wind as it breezed towards Prazeres. ¬† Prazeres, my village for forty years, means ‘Pleasures’ in Portuguese, and as I entered the village, I could see why. Flowers … Continue reading

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