Twittering Tales – Hidden Legacy

Photo by Suzy Hazelwood at


They found the letters to her lawyer in the old station wagon, in a battered chocolate tin shaped like a carousel.

Covered in dust and cobwebs after the extensive search of the house and yard, he sat down to read them.

His wife called out “Did the old bat say where the Money is?”

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This story was written for Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales Challenge, Click to the link below to see her post. Why not have a go at this great challenge?

Twittering Tales #134 – 30 April 2019e


I have also incorporated the following word prompts:

FOWC with Fandango — Wagon

Today’s prompt: lawyer, carousel, chocolate

The Sun Maiden – A Poem written for Kira’s Sunday Scribbles


This poem was written for Kira’s Sunday Scribbles, see link below:


With violet eyes like gimlets,

she flies across the sky, 

looking down on all of us,

In splendour from on high.

Her gaze is far from friendly

she sees into men’s souls

and knows that caring for the planet

is far from our main goals.

Most humans pursue Money,

it is their first desire,

and the world can go on suffering,

it’s only cash that we require.

This vengeful maiden of the sun,

Knows that it’s us that is to blame,

So swift and nimble she shines on us

and we’ll soon perish in her flame.


Copyright: Kristian Fogarty 29/April/2019


I have also included the following word prompts: