Partial view.

We only ever see the parts of someone that they choose to show. They might be hiding the best for later, but equally there might be craziness hidden. Time will tell if there’s more wonder to be revealed, or if there’s a mask which will slowly slip off to show the seething mass of dark … More Partial view.

Going, going, gone?

If I could travel back to different stages in my life I wouldn’t change a thing. I have made some monumental mistakes and have left myself in situations where people have taken my wishes and heart and kicked them around like a football. Yet, if I had to do it all again, I wouldn’t change … More Going, going, gone?


The fairy sank down into the bottom of her glass prison, her hopes plummeting with her body. It had been a clever trap to set for one of her kind, baited with the promise of shiny lights threaded on small branches, but as soon as she had slipped into the opening, a metal lid had … More Trapped

Through the window

John wasn’t sure if he was awake or asleep as he slowly became aware of his surroundings. He couldn’t see anything, but was gripped with a sense of fear. He tried to move, but found he couldn’t. That was when he heard her. Her heels clicked as she slowly walked towards him. “Shhhhhhh…!” She said, … More Through the window


  The opinions of the unhappy have herded us all, like lemmings, and whether we wish it or not, we have been thrown into the abyss. I am trying to work through my thoughts here, so please bear with me as they are still a jumble of fury, mixed with deep darkness.   I have … More Plummeting!


  I am Aries.   That statement means little to some and much to others. It’s an interesting concept, that we define ourselves, or allow ourselves to be defined by something we have no control over… the stars.  I am not someone who needs to consult someone’s interpretation of what my day will be like … More Aries


Mora hummed a tune to herself as she flew from the darkness of the forest, skimming the tops of the flowers in the meadow. She smiled as their scent was triggered, surrounding her with a cloud of happiness as she headed to where he was. Such had become her daily pattern, to fly over to … More Safe!


As the last of the sunset warmed the cabin with its fingers of orange light, she put her pen down and leaned back in her chair. Closing her eyes, she let her mind build the picture of the room. The crackle of the fire, the gentle snoring of the puppy both brought a gentle smile … More Frisland