DRABBLE TIME

March 26, 2019

This week, I showcase a Drabble from the lovely, Val Portelli, closely

 

followed by two of mine.

 

 

CALENDAR FOR WORKING LIFE AND RETIREMENT

BY VAL PORTELLI 

 

 

Monday- Back to work, train delays, probably raining.

 

Tuesday -It’s been a long week.

 

Wednesday – Keep your chin up- halfway there.

 

Thursday – Getting closer.

 

Friday – Finish the 9-5, too tired to rock.

 

Saturday – Party time or PJs?

 

Sunday – Day of rest, recovering before starting all over again.

 

 

 

Monday- Noise from builders and kids outside. The working week must have begun.

 

Tuesday-. Time to read some Tuesday tales.

 

Wednesday – OAP’s discount day.

 

Thursday- What day is it again?

 

Friday – Good TV night.

 

Saturday -Take-away or out for a meal?

 

Sunday – Full roast, ready for visitors.

 

 

Eat your heart out, slaves. 

 

 

HOME OF THE GODS

BY RICK HAYNES

 

 

 

 

Shards of ice surge upwards to the heavens, their colour changing to burnished gold as the rays of the golden orb turn them into pillars of fire.

 

Deep inside their realm, the gods are cosseted, their minds elsewhere, wandering far away over the cosmos.

 

Yet, Titian, the god of war, and his sister, Jade, the goddess of peace are locked in battle to determine the right for humans to live or die.

 

The world below is changing.

 

The skies are crimson; the green lands destroyed by marauding armies and only a tidal wave of heroes’ blood can prevent the slaughter.

 

 

UNBROKEN SILENCE

BY RICK HAYNES

 

 

Inspired by The Scream.

 

 

 

This evil world encompasses my body. The tempest threatens to engulf me, the dust eats into my soul, and the sun burns my heavy heart.

 

Only death can release me from my torment.

 

I sense your presence, but where are you?

 

How I wish that you could show some compassion. Alas, you are as sightless as I in this unforgiving world.

 

I wish that God would take me, yet, would he understand my lust for revenge?

 

You destroyed me with love, for it would have been better to have perished at birth than to be born, deaf, dumb and blind.

 

THAT'S ALL FOLKS - COME BACK SOON

 

 

 

 

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