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A small death

Winter wind lashed her skinny legs and soil caked black and ugly beneath her nails as she dug the grave. The grave for her doll. She chose a spot at the edge of her dad’s vegie garden, where the weeds … Continue reading

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Awakening

Do you know that time of year, when the first warm strains of hope are humming on the air and the filtered sunlight flicks with dust and matter? When we begin to throw off the layers of winter and feel … Continue reading

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Minutiae

I saw a leaf let go today, saw it make up its mind, consider its options and then recognise its fate by loosening its hold on the branch, and wafting gently, slowly to the ground to face whatever nature had … Continue reading

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