Twittering Tale: The Remainders

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I don’t like it when they open the windows. Memories blow out. And memories are all this place has.

We lived here, slept here, played here. Those moments have faded with the centuries, but they remain. And as long as they remain, so do we.

(239 characters)

Image: Alistair MacRobert via Unsplash.com

Written for Twittering Tales #86 – 29 May 2018

Twittering Tale: Lost and Found

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The parking lot was empty. It was full of cars just a minute ago. Andrew reached into his pocket. He pulled out a small black object. “Blackwing to base,” he said into the mouthpiece. “I’ve found the interdimensional portal.”

(225 characters)

 

Image by harutmovsisyan at Pixabay.com

Written for Twittering Tales #78 – 3 April 2018

Twittering Tale: Please Stay On the Trail

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Please stay on the trail. There are things in those woods you don’t want to meet.

There was a young girl who wandered from the trail. All we found was her little red riding hood.

So please stay on the trail. The sign’s not there for the good of our health, but yours.

(265 characters)

 

Image credit: Dan Gold at Unsplash.com

Written for Twittering Tales #74 – “Please Stay on the Trail” – 6 March 2018

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My new Twitter page…

As some of you may know, I’m a bit shy when it comes to social media. However, I’ve decided to take a walk on the wild side and start a Twitter profile.

I have to admit, I don’t really get Twitter. I warmed to the concept of Instagram almost immediately, but Twitter still has me a bit confused. But I’m going to give it a go and hopefully it will grow on me 🙂

So if you’re on Twitter, feel free to drop by and say hello. My handle is @isabel_caves.