Category Archives: Kate Faulkner

Merrily Ablaze

More thoughts on the Bonfire season All around the flames flicked like serpent’s tongues. Leaping like fiery demons seeking out crevices where their heat had yet to reach. Fluidity spreading covering ever-wider territory, oozing seeping. Then a last searing explosion … Continue reading

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Wheelie Rather Nice – Kate Faulkner

Winner of Second place in the Pens mini competition on ‘Wheelie Bins, November 2015 Wheelie Rather Nice You moaned about the magpies, you moaned about the rats And someone up in Scotland used her bin to ensnare cats. So when … Continue reading

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