Category Archives: Karen Cochrane

Karen Cochrane’s writing

Great New Creative Writing from Karen Cochrane

Please find some of Karen’s latest writing to thrill and inspire you. Jilted The skirt rustled and swaying around her settling like a forlorn cloud around her frozen body. So cold. So very cold. Frozen to the very depth of … Continue reading

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Wheelie Bins in Space – Karen Cochrane

Winner of the Pens ‘Wheelie Bin’ mini competition November 2015. Radio interference squealed and shrieked as the three aliens sat huddled together on the top of the windswept hill. ‘Earth to Central, Earth to Central, come in …….’ Antennas quivered … Continue reading

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Microsoft Meltdown

Reboot, username, Password, error, crash Reboot, username, Password, error, crash. Eyeballs burning, temples throbbing Spots before the eyes Brain collapsing, Laptop lobbing Watch that techno fly. Reboot, username, Password, error, crash Reboot, username, Password, error, crash. Brain a fogging, temples … Continue reading

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