Category Archives: Dance

Skylark Haiku

Skylark skyward leaps tumbles aloft the summer sky sings of sex and joy.   Advertisements

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The Stripper

The birch tree stands there, centre stage, in crimson, gold and purple sage. She flutters, then in windy flurry, her burlesque show begins to scurry. Swaying now in stiffening breeze, her branches shimmy, dance, then tease. Now, revealed in all … Continue reading

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Autumn Ball

Leaves change into finest gowns of scarlet and gold  then fall to join the dance.   A car speeds past and in its wake, they rise and weave.   in chorus pirouette reel, spin and wheel; dancing for their lives.   Then, … Continue reading

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Hi Honey I’m Home!

Bill sat at his desk, at the window which over-looked the garden, and pondered. His mind wandered as he tried to think of something to write about for his homework. Master Lockton, his tutor, was a strict old bird, and … Continue reading

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Dream Date

The working men’s club reeked of stale beer and cigarettes. Its nicotine-stained walls had witnessed many decades of working-class chatter; the rough parquet floor scuffed by hob-nailed boots, Nike Air and everything in between. At the bar Keith was bored; … Continue reading

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Spring To Victory

Long battle between old year and the new draws to its inevitable conclusion. Winter has fought long and hard with cruel icy winds and biting frosts, but her arsenal is all but spent. Spring sends in her warmth and light; … Continue reading

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The Strangest Feline

Kim had recently moved to Alderley, having accepted the post of editor-in-chief at “Glad-rags and Handbags” magazine. She’d fallen in love with the Gothic Victorian house at the end of the tree-lined avenue. It had been on the market for … Continue reading

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