Monthly Archives: December 2006

Crispy The Christmas Clown: One Year On

Hollyhocks and Boon, terrored through the twilight, was afire and aglow, blazing away from the delicate touch of burning peasant torches. The werewolf landlord, trapped inside with his old regulars the Mistletoe Twins and Half Barry, screamed the last of … Continue reading

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The Crunch Underfoot

Tools of far light, coils of burning pomade. Last Christmas I gave you my heart. And if I had to live it over again, I would live it over again. Life flowered but the tree outside died, again, for the … Continue reading

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I Will Kiss Your Cool Bark

Dingle of Christmas, there was a spark by the fire and hot coals rolled in unison, in time, to the gentle throng of the carols whistling and rising from somewhere outside. By the fire’s glow this Christmas eve lay Gentle … Continue reading

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The Steamed Sixpence

The red basket was open and inside were the apple blobs of Christmas time. The basket was warm slightly and also slightly damp so that when you pressed your hand into it, it felt wet slightly, a little warm. The … Continue reading

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Tear Open The Velvet Curtain

She had, er, just returned home from the summer ball. Simply returned home from the summer ball. Her father, eyeing out from behind his newspaper, noticed, but didn’t mention, her skirt crazily tucked into her knickers, her blouse held tight … Continue reading

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