And the wind whispered - Episode 3

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on friday 25 august 2017

Summer Beach by Jenny Rollo

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Episode 3

An hour later found Deborah driving along the Nepean Highway in her purple 1976 Ford Falcon, headed for the family beach house near Rye on the Mornington Peninsula. Since last night’s dream, her mind was absolute chaos and she needed some time alone to get things straightened out.

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And the wind whispered - Episode 2

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on saturday 19 august 2017

Ritratto by Lisa Fanucchi

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Episode 2

Giuseppe Conatelli looked away from the playing field where his soccer team Empoli FC was playing a home game against Parma, to grab his mobile phone that was vibrating in the pocket of his warm duffle coat. Who could that be, he wondered slightly annoyed. Annoyance turned into surprise when he tapped a new text message. His surprise wasn’t so much caused by the fact that the message was from an unfamiliar number with the international dialling code for Australia, but rather by the name he was addressed by. He hadn’t been called so in years.

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And the wind whispered

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on wednesday 16 august 2017

Wheat Field by Marius B

Episode 1

The candle had long burned out when she downed her last glass of brandy and got up out of her chair. She walked to the dining room table and suddenly felt light-headed. Standing by the table, she held on to the back of the dining room chair for a moment to come to her senses.

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Medicine, who needs it?

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on friday 11 august 2017

Mock Scared Male by Peter Bierman

I must have been about four when I was introduced to the phenomenon of regeneration. At the time, I was on holiday with my family in a resort in Coya, near the mining village of Sewell in Chile where we lived. We were walking from our apartment to the swimming pool when we spotted some skinks on a sun-drenched wall. I can’t remember how it happened, but one of them lost its tail. My brothers and I were a bit saddened by this until my mum pointed out that this was the skink’s protection against predators and that it would eventually grow a new tail.

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You can't win 'em all, can you?

Written by Wim Beunderman, posted on tuesday 13 june 2017

Swim by Nevit Dilmen

Do you know those moments when nothing seems to go your way? When, no matter how hard you try, everything you do just doesn’t work out the way you want it to? Well, you can’t win ‘em all, can you?

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