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Prejudice vs Prevention: Justice begins…

Prejudice vs Prevention - Justice begins... Intro: An episodic novel on Ethnopsychological Transformation which needs to bring in especially Indian society & cult to bring about changes inward & outward. Let's start for betterment in any sense ...
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Imagine This Scenario

 Imagine this scenario. For centuries, millennia, your ancestors have ploughed the fields of Britain, milking many a moocow, pulling many a lever, scrabbling at many a coalface, been frogmarched off with bayonet, rifle, sword, to stop the whole place from caving in, as they were told by those who owned ...
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Part 2 after Setting Off For The Soviet Union in 1970 ...
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/ / Journal / 7 Comments on EN ROUTE BY TRAIN TO UFA / 246 words / /

I Don’t Much Like The Rain

This is a rewrite of something I first penned in 2004.  Mind you, the core of it might be the same, but I have massively rewritten it ...
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Fred’s Lockdown

Here's another take on the lockdown. Fred is a fictitious character, but then again he could be real ? 🤔 ...
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/ / Fiction / 2 Comments on Fred’s Lockdown / 197 words / /

The Brat

A young terrified girl is found on a cold, deserted moorland road late at night. She is fleeing two men who need her dead. For the man who finds her, she's the last thing he needs in his life ...
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/ / Fiction / 2 Comments on The Brat / 1641 words / /

Polish Accusation (July 2019)

It was a beautiful warm summer evening in Poland. I was sitting in a beer-garden in my shorts and sandals, celebrating the leaving party of Igor, a young Ukrainian man whom I had taught English for the last six months. He was flying back to Kiev the next day, and ...
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/ / Journal / 9 Comments on Polish Accusation (July 2019) / 1119 words / /

Setting Off For The Soviet Union in 1970

This is the beginning of a very belated diary. I'd been invited many years ago to stay with friends in the Soviet Union. It took a lot of arranging as my mother lived with me and did not approve. But in the end I went and this describes the first ...
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She never ceases to surprise me

In the midst of all this seriousness, how about a flash that changes the mood a little! ...
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Inner Ramblings

So, I'm new to this and not really sure how it works but I just wanted somewhere to share some things I've been working on.  ...
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/ / creative writing, Journal / 5 Comments on Inner Ramblings / 368 words / /


The loss of my  beloved pet, Ludo, is devastatingly painful, but everything is subjective isn't it? ...
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'Is this a story? Or is it simply  A discovery, I wonder. We are traveling Through the moments, We stop and restart alone, We wander. Will these lines Aspire to become dialogues, Or will they remain monologues Of a lonely writer?'  As I was reading his poem from his diary, ...
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/ / Flash Fiction / 4 Comments on Discovery / 922 words / /

No Way Out

I run down the endless hallway with endless doors and endless possibilities to be trapped  And in the end, most definitely killed All I know is that I have twenty-four hours to find the right way to get out, Sounds fun, doesnt it? I mean, theres only so far you ...
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/ / Fiction / 2 Comments on No Way Out / 254 words / /

I Hate the Liberal Left

Something happened recently which, more than anything else I’ve ever experienced, perfectly encapsulates why it is that I hate the Liberal Left. Someone on Facebook asked for people’s opinions on Tommy Robinson, saying that he wanted to avoid inhabiting an echo chamber. However, this man does indeed live in an ...
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No Man’s Land

Two things to immediately address… you are not, In any way, shape or form, my priority or responsibility anymore You've taught me two more things to add to that: Loving you was a mistake And two, begging to come back to you, even after you give up the game for ...
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/ / Journal / 2 Comments on No Man’s Land / 242 words / /

From my daughter’s diary, on male gaze

I never realized I had a grown-up daughter until I chanced upon her diary that she had left behind, before leaving for Bangalore. I wouldn’t have read her diary, as it is too personal, had I not seen the letter that was addressed to me! I trespassed nevertheless! 'Dear Dad, ...
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Birthday Musings (April 2018)

So now I am thirty-eight years old. And, not for the first time, I am having to rebuild my life from scratch. I will do this by leaving the culture I grew up in completely and moving to a significantly different one which, surprisingly, is only a few hundred miles ...
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English Spelling Reform

The upheavals of the Middle English period (1100 – 1500) have left the English language, in terms of spelling at least, in a bamboozling chaotic mess that is extremely frustrating for learners of the language. In terms of vocabulary and pronunciation, the English language had pretty much settled down by ...
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Intro: up to 50 words (delete this text and enter your own) ...
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/ / affair, betrayal, Flash Fiction, silences / No Comments on Betrayal / 569 words / /

Words like Stones and no need for Songs

Corinthians 2:7 So that contrariwise ye ought rather to forgive him, and comfort him, lest perhaps such a one should be swallowed up with overmuch sorrow ...
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