Blog posts archived in ’2017-12’

And the wind whispered - Episode 14

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on thursday 28 december 2017


One by Jonathan M


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Episode 14

Upon hearing the name ‘Frankston’, Giuseppe finally realized who the mysterious caller was. As his mind’s eye was flooded with more memories of his childhood in Moorabbin, he saw himself on the footy field playing his first game as if it were yesterday. He had a great deal to be thankful for to Mr. Frankston. Not just as his coach, but as his best mate’s dad too. In fact, Dave Frankston had always been like a second father to him, and thinking about this, moistened his eyes. What’s come over me, Giuseppe wondered, as he had not felt so emotional in years until ‘Dave’ had texted him during the soccer game the week before.


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Now more than ever

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on wednesday 20 december 2017


Live Oak by Mel Cogan


Part 1 in the Helena Series

Eleven year-old Helena smiled contentedly at the rays of the summer sun trickling through the thick, leafy canopy of the live oaks. She loved walking along the shady lane that led to Grandma’s big mansion by the bayou, as it gave her time to forget everything and enjoy the tranquil beauty of the surroundings. She had been visiting Grandma who was not her real grandma at least once a week for as long as she could remember.


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And the wind whispered - Episode 13

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on tuesday 5 december 2017


Sun Burst by Enrica Bressan


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Episode 13

In the days following his attempts at contacting the man called Dave, Giuseppe found himself recalling moments from his childhood in the Melbourne suburb of Moorabbin. They were memories triggered by what he saw around him, and the feelings that came with them were often mixed.


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