Victory in Europe day – 75 years since the end of WWII in Europe. Time for a Sing Song

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So, 75 years ago today it was Victory in Europe day, V.E day. That’s a fact.

The war in the far east rattled on for a few more months, but the war in Europe was finally over and peace was restored.

Seeing the crowds gathering in the streets to celebrate the end of a long and desperate war must have been a sight to behold.

To celebrate I have recorded new versions of two wartime classics.



FOWC with Fandango — Fact


Twittering Tales – The After Party

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As they stood in the kitchen, they let the wine flow, celebrating a murder well executed.

The body of their old orphanage matron, called The Dragon, had been a sight to behold.

Tom noticed Tee-An. She wasn’t happy. She’ll give the game away. She’d have to be the next to go.

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This story was written for Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales. If you’d like to take part in this great challenge, click on the link below:

Twittering Tales #144 – 9 July 2019


I have also incorporated a few word prompts:

Behold the Dragon! – A poem

See the flow of smoke that rises,

rises up from down below

See the ash and hear the bellowing

as the crashing begins to grow.

See the wall of flames that flicker,

a firewall all red a-glow.

Behold the Dragon has awakened

from its sleepy slumberland grotto.

And with fear, I stand a trembling

no greater terror that I could know,

then the Dragon, huge and scary,

smiles at me and says “Hello.

After all my fear and worrying,

he seems a friendly, fine fellow.

So, don’t judge a Dragon by its appearance,

that’s the moral and the motto.


Copyright: Kristian Fogarty 08/July/2019


The Word of the Day is Dragon.

I’ve also included these word prompts:

FOWC with Fandango — Firewall