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A drop of blood …

25 October, 2018

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Parsley stood before the throne, staring down at her beloved and the green globe and realised she had no idea what to do.

Behind her, she could hear steel on stone. Parsley glanced over her shoulder to see the statues hurl themselves at Dracomagan and Peagreen. Nimue’s golden head turned from the fighting and the green eyes widened as she saw where Parsley was standing.

Sorrel unsheathed her sword. “Get on with it!” She ordered and stepped towards the sorceress.

Then Parsley remembered. A drop of blood had opened the way in the enchanted forest. Another drop of blood had woken Tym from his enchanted sleep …

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Wednesday Words – Secrets

9 September, 2015
What secrets hide in the terraced garden that I painstakingly carved out of the hillside?
Herbs and flowers now overgrown with grass. I rip the green stalks up by their roots and discover…
Wet garlic, dying thyme, fragrant rosemary, pungent sage and perfumed lavender. Even the pulsatilla, though tiny, thrives.
Lower down marjoram and oregano spread, seeding their offspring in the terraces above.
© Freya Pickard 2015

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