Tag Archives: children’s
She tossed and turned. Side. Back. Other side. Front. She mashed her pillow with her fist. Gripped her stuffed toy companion for comfort in the hope that it would help to settle her. Covers off. Covers on. Half off. Covers … Continue reading
It was bright and sunny outside. Scorching hot. A pleasant change from the overcast sky and lengthy showers of rain the area had been experiencing lately. Emily was trying hard to study for her upcoming exams, but it was not … Continue reading
“MUMMY!” he screamed, louder and more frantically as his fear and hysteria rose. “MUMMY!” He ran, tears streaming down his face, nose running profusely and crying out all the time. He turned and circled, running this way and that, but … Continue reading
Daniel was walking home with his mum. He was tired. It was past his bedtime and although he tried hard to deny it and be a “big boy”, he was fighting a loosing battle. Just then, his mum gasped and … Continue reading
There once was a neon beige pug, With a black splodge all over one lug. His “mum” liked to bake, So he got lots of cake, And then jumped into bed, nice and snug.
He rolled over in bed, wrapped snugly in his duvet, and looked over towards the bedroom door. Oh no. His parents must be in bed already, for the light in the hallway was off – none of the light which … Continue reading