Category Archives: humour

  1. Interlude: Fairy Woods

    16 October, 2018 by katelaity

    Do not go into the fairy woods Though their logs burn long and hot; You might flee a vengeful sprite …
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  2. Too Darn Hot

    28 August, 2018 by katelaity

    Your humble narrator is too sweltered to pen another chapter in the exciting serial. Please apply cooling balms and Italian …
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  3. Interlude: The Woman from Neasden

    20 March, 2018 by katelaity

    There was a young woman from Neasden, Who inherited an old cheddar cheese tonne. She rolled it uphill To the …
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  4. Interlude: New Monster

    28 November, 2017 by katelaity

    British Library - New Monster

    The New Monster The new monster takes some adjustment; It thrives on fresh pine nuts and gin. Its scales are …
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  5. Cast Our Lines

    23 July, 2016 by katelaity

    I’m not here And you’re not there, Not that it matters at all. I thought I’d write, But you were …
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  6. Whimsy

    4 October, 2015 by katelaity

    “It is the first duty of a flagging spirit to seek renewal in the latitudes of whimsy. I, for one, …
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  7. Is Love in the Cards?

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    3 March, 2015 by katelaity

    Okay, here’s a cool thing: I was showing my friend Mary my tarot app on the iP*d and she said, …
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  8. Valentine’s Day in the Middle Ages

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    13 February, 2015 by katelaity

    The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne… You know the drill: hearts, flowers, chocolates.  Great if you’re …
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  9. Out Now: The Big Spin

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    16 September, 2014 by katelaity

    ★`*´¨`*´•.¸¸¸.´ !! AVAILABLE NOW !! `.¸¸¸.•`*´¨`*´★ THE BIG SPIN by Kit Marlowe The World of Constance and Collier series, book …
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  10. Interlude: Neglected Saints #869

    1 June, 2014 by katelaity

    Name: Saint Edmund Status: King of East Anglia in ninth century Bio: Killed by Vikings (“Danes” though the English tend …
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