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Tag Archives: flies
12th October 2013 – dancing girl
She throws her head back with laughter as she kicks out with her pink-clad legs. Her fine, blonde hair flies out behind her. Effortlessly, she expresses the joy of the dance.
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29th August 2013 – fruit fly
It flies lazily, in circles, above the kitchen compost bin. Its chestnut-brown tininess is nature’s deception. Its presence is a warning of a troublesome infestation.
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16th August 2013 – superhero
A blond child runs along the cobbled street. A black cape with gold braiding flies behind him as he goes. I may see a boy, but he sees a superhero.
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8th July 2013 – tails
Hanging from the cows’ backsides as they graze, they swish. Back and forth they go, almost in unison, keeping the flies away.
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27th March 2013 – snowflakes
At first, they look like flies, chasing each other around in the early morning sun. Then I realise they’re falling, not flying. Tiny snowflakes, lost in a place where they cannot settle, melting away as fast as they appear.
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