The Hedgerow Gang Save Christmas

The Hedgerow Gang Save Christmas

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The children went home after school to get changed, then met down at Popsicorn Bog, as arranged. "I'm just so...
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Christmas is near

Christmas is near

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Christmas once again is near A time for happiness and cheer. Families will get together in fine or stormy weather....
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New Feature for security and reviewing

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We have now added an automatic Copyright which will appear at the end of each post, as such... "© 2019, Walu...
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Two Steps Forward

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You have to learn to dance life's moves to do it right and find your groove. Prepare to dodge, to...
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Light Rain

Prose-Fiction
Sometimes, when it's still; when the clouds hang heavy, I stand on the edge of the road and gaze at...
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The Circus Comes to Hedgerow Village

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When Timmy and Tommy were eating their tea, They heard a loud voice shout, 'Come all, and see The circus...
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My Two Boys

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My Two Boys What can I say about my sons that's not been said before? They're my delight, I love...
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Stop, Drop and Roll

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In an apartment building of older people who sit most of the day, or play bingo, or watch T.V., or...
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Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

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I saw it on the internet, was sent for me to see. A message that gave me some hope and...
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Boris the Beaver

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Boris the Beaver By Sandra Stoner Mitchell Boris the Beaver is busy today, out gathering twigs to store them away....
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Fall Down Moon

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Late. Again. Restlessness startles my nerves awake. How does that old saying go? 'No rest for the wicked.'? I can't...
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With Love For You

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A field of four-leaf clover, I will bring To give you one each day to wish upon I'll send you...
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Happy Souls-An Acrostic

Happy Souls-An Acrostic

Poetry-General
          HAPPY SOULS Happiness can be found if we look around Anger can be dispelled from...
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Step Parents are LIke Waves

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Step parents have the hardest job in the world. Step parents are either loved with a passion that grants them...
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Today’s Game

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I've lost you, now what do I do? I feel so empty without you. E'en though you are right by...
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Where Jesus Trod

Where Jesus Trod

Poetry-General
I walked the path that Jesus trod so many years ago. I felt a kinship to my God, emotions bid...
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My Walk Today

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I took a walk with Him today. Explained my sins along the way. I had excuses for each one, and...
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The Frog

The Frog

Poetry-Nature
One fine and sunny day I took a little stroll not knowing if I’d spot a rabbit or a mole....
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Freedom-An Acrostic

Freedom-An Acrostic

Poetry-General
        Freedom-An Acrostic Feelings of peace and tranquility abound Running our owns lives; no intruders around Every...
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People Power-An Acrostic

People Power-An Acrostic

Poetry-General
  People Power-An Acrostic By Willy B Past deeds must not go unnoticed Each of us must make a stand...
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His Promise

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When Jesus lays His hand upon your shoulder, be aware that He has come to take you to His mansion...
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Goldfish-An Acrostic

Goldfish-An Acrostic

Poetry-General
            GoldFish-An Acrostic Glowering through the glass bowl Oggling with hungry eyes Looking for an...
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Cooking Dance

Cooking Dance

Poetry-General
I saw my baby dancing by the stove she swayed, she bobbed and swung, she sang some words quite loudly...
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Dead Squirrels

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Maryjane stared at photos perched on her counter. The dynasty would last forever. The babies now, were great-grands. They’d carry...
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Haiku(King of Narnia)

Haiku(King of Narnia)

Poetry-Nature
King of Narnia roams the woods where beavers play Sits near the four thrones
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He Opened Up His Eyes

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He closed his eyes, then breathed in deeply as he sighed; the scent of salty seas invading senses-- long ago...
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Turned To Stone

Poetry-General
Turned to Stone © By Sandra Stoner-Mitchell   The sun blazed down to boil the day, the cold moon froze...
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The Ice Man

The Ice Man

Poetry-General
The Ice Man 3000 BC The new sky shimmered with a crystalline blush, That gave distant mountains an ethereal hush....
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Sleeping

Sleeping

Poetry-General
Sleeping When I see you lying next to me in the shadows of early morn, with moonlight shining on your...
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Seasons

Seasons

Poetry-General
seasons march on in a row time parading by slideshow photos come to life fresh from God's own eye  ...
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JUST AN EVERYDAY WALK

Poetry-General
Now every day I take a walk with all my dearest friends. I feel so safe when I'm with them,...
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We Took Them All

Poetry-General
We went to get some food to keep our guinea pigs alive. We had so many babies that were yearning...
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Rearranging My Mansion

Poetry-General
My heart tells me where I will live when life is done. I am so tired. My pain transects what...
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Could Have Been Me

Poetry-Humour
I once came home from drinking and then passed out on the floor. I lost my paycheck gambling. My wife...
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Blood on the Flag

Poetry-General
Our freedom is not fought for greed but to repel men's evil seed. The terror of the lies all told...
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Narcissists are Always Right

Poetry-General
They're always right and never wrong, just nod your head and play along. If you don't do it quite their...
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Texting Woes

Poetry-General
I hear your tune across my phone, it beckons me to text. You're mad if I don't answer you, but...
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Hurry Up, But Wait

Poetry-Non Fiction Prose-Non Fiction
I went to see the doctor on the day 'fore yesterday. The appointment was at eight o'clock to see what...
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The One They Call Feral, book 2, Chapter 1: A New Home.

The One They Call Feral, book 2, Chapter 1: A New Home.

Prose-Non Fiction
Please scroll down and read the author notes below before reading this chapter for a detailed background to the story....
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Trouble Spots

Trouble Spots

Poetry-Non Fiction
Trouble Spots Searching ‘round for troubled spots throughout the Middle East, let's jump in! We'll get involved, we'll start a...
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My Pet Rock

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I have a rock that is my pet, goes everywhere with me. Though someone drew a snake on him, he's...
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Alfie and the Mailman

Poetry-Humour
My Alphie is a vicious thing, he has this complex ... thinks he's king. He meets the mailman at the...
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It’s More Fun In The Philippines: Chapter 3, No Complaints

It’s More Fun In The Philippines: Chapter 3, No Complaints

Poetry-Non Fiction
  CHAPTER 3 NO COMPLAINTS I have always been a humble man and never had much money, but here in...
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The Making Of A Mate

The Making Of A Mate

Poetry-Non Fiction
THE MAKING OF A MATE I’d set up camp beneath the bridge that spans the Castlereagh, at good old Coonabarabran,...
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Our Getaway Drive

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Remembering a few years back my husband said, "Come on, let's pack! We're going on a two day trek". To...
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The Dilemma

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The planting has to be precisely right, the ground soil touched by heat from sunshine's kiss, the moisture content dare...
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How The Working Class Got Did

How The Working Class Got Did

Poetry-Non Fiction
How The Working Class Got Did In sixty-five while breaking horses, from an outlaw I was thrown, awoke in hospital...
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Customer Service Here

Poetry-Humour
"Good morning, customer service here, and my name is Dee. So, you have a little problem? ... You were right...
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She Walked With God

Poetry-General
She Walked With God Her silver hair was flecked with gold, her eyes were emerald green, her mind was filled...
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I Have Some Tics

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I have some tics, they bleed me dry. Sometimes I want to sit and cry. I don't go out but...
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I’m Jane, The Jungle Queen

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My name is Jane, the Jungle Queen. Don't mess with me, I'm just plain mean. I bathe in rivers full...
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The Alien Visitor

The Alien Visitor

Poetry-Nature
  THE ALIEN VISITOR No, I wasn’t drunk, I did not touch a drop when I met him on that...
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Maestro, If You Please

Maestro, If You Please

Poetry-General
'Maestro, If You Please!' No denying the muddled way he lives remarkably peculiar in his idiosyncrasies but then he walks...
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Sebastian Chatham And The Four Vicious Wolves

Sebastian Chatham And The Four Vicious Wolves

Prose-Fiction
Once upon a time there was a mischievous boy named Sebastian Chatham. He was on the way to see his...
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No–I Will Not

No–I Will Not

Poetry-General
“No—I Will Not …” If I could but turn back the hands of time reminisce over our melancholy used to...
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It’s More Fun In The Philippines: Chapter 2, The Head

It’s More Fun In The Philippines: Chapter 2, The Head

Poetry-Non Fiction
  CHAPTER 2 THE HEAD Delia came back from shopping, lots of goodies in the bags, all types of different...
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It’s More Fun In The Philippines; Chapter 1, Welcome to The Philippines

It’s More Fun In The Philippines; Chapter 1, Welcome to The Philippines

Poetry-Non Fiction
CHAPTER 1 WELCOME TO THE PHILIPPINES My home deep in the rainforest was peaceful and so calm no humans with...
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