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Tales from Three Corners
5 minutes | Oct 12, 2022
The little tartan shopping trolley had been brand new for four years. It had sat it the corner, collecting dust and detritus while adjusting to its new role, ridiculing its owner with its garish colours.
6 minutes | Sep 11, 2022
Two Cups Full
It was a Queen Anne. A small tea cup with delicate violets painted on the bone china, with a gold rim on the handle and lip.... Produced by Postie
6 minutes | Aug 3, 2022
At first he thought it was an apparition…. Then a late night hallucination, brought on by too much work, stress and lack of sleep… But after the third night he realised that what was happening outside was as real as the deadline he was pushing. Produced by Postie, photo by Pixabay.
6 minutes | Jun 21, 2022
Not a Minute Too Soon
She saw again the sun baked yard, the droop of the tree, the lowest branches caressing his hat as he slumped in slumber. The sunlight glinted off the glass, that lay underneath his hand on the grass. Produced by Postie, featuring Walter Williams, Erin Grech and Joey Moore. Photo by Pixabay.
5 minutes | May 9, 2022
Council Clean Up Day
Council Clean-Up Day at Three Corners was a Street Shopper's delight; and Morrie, who lived on the outer rim of the town looked forward to it more than Christmas every year. Produced by Postie, photo by zhang kaiyv.
5 minutes | Mar 23, 2022
Soft. Smooth. A secret indulgence. Sensible - That's how they see her - Practical. No one would ever imagine that the trips to Sydney to see her brother, always included a visit. Here. A salacious secret. Produced by Postie, Photo by Anna Tis.
5 minutes | Feb 20, 2022
His pride and joy was this garbage truck. Small and compact, he washed her every day after the job, cleaning and scouring just like the manual recommended. Produced by Postie
5 minutes | Feb 6, 2022
His Dirty Little Secret
Everyone else dismissed her out of mind years ago. And because she was gone, holding on to that memory felt like a betrayal. Not quite though. Not enough to still her name in his mind. Not enough to quieten her whisper in the darkest of hours. Not enough that her mocking smile didn't egg him on... Produced by Postie, photo by pixabay.
5 minutes | Dec 19, 2021
It Lived in the Shed
As the man grew older, he thought of it more often, hidden away; the nights of delight, the days of decadence and laughter... When the world held no sorrows, no cares, no worries... He wanted that again. Produced by Postie, Photo by Susanne Jutzeler
5 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
The Phone Number
He sat still by the phone. Cream, cracked, it came from the old house with him to this tiny apartment. He'd insisted. He wanted his own phone, so he could still chat to his mates. Produced by Postie, voiced by Geoff, Cassie and Andy H, photo by Leah Kelley
5 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
Incy... Wincy... Spiders
They cleared the webs. They hunted fearlessly for the elusive orb weaver... and they speculated, in hushed tones away from the car's owner, about the possibility of an egg sac and multiple little orb weavers adding to the web... infestation... Produced by Postie, photo by Rick Otten
6 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
He liked busking as people made their way to work. A melody or tune to make the morning less daunting. Most were wrapped up in their own world, their own music, marching to the beat of the business drum. He enjoyed the surprise that occasionally graced a face... They didn't expect him at that time. Produced by Postie, photo by Markus Spiske
5 minutes | Jul 17, 2021
A Garden Tryst
It was a very small patch of sunlight that lingered in the cool of the evening. But it had been there a while; the stones flat surface was warm to the touch and just wide enough for her to settle comfortably on... Produced by Postie, photo by Pixabay.
6 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
There is no beauty in death, only absence... He'd read that once, in one of his English novels, and it captured the Business elegantly. Produced by Postie, photo by Photo by Paweł L.
6 minutes | May 11, 2021
Rattle on Bones
Rattle on Bones was the dusty, sneezy, packed to the rafters, second-hand, antique, junk shop in Three Corners. Produced by Postie, photo by Burcu Koleli
5 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
At night she owned this road. No cars. No traffic. No other people. That's why she owned this time and this space. The freedom was absolute. Produced by Postie, photo by Plato Terentev from Pexels.
4 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
His medals sit dusty in an old box. He hid for them for years, then he polished and wore them proudly. Now he can't decide what to do with them, so he does nothing. There is no one left to remember. Except him. He remembers. He will always remember. He is the last one. Produced by Postie, photo by Pixabay.
4 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Yesterday he counted two hundred and thirty two cook books, but it's not an obsession. Of those two hundred and thirty two he has only actually cooked out of fifty two - leaving one hundred and eighty unused cook books on the shelf... But it's not an obsession... Produced by Postie, photo by ready made.
5 minutes | Jan 25, 2021
Rooftops. That was the best part of this job. He could spend his entire lunch break just gazing out the window across the rooftops. Occasionally he'd see Miss Maison from the Gelateria up on her balcony... or there was that time the vet next door had a rogue kangaroo in the yard... Produced by Postie.
4 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
You could hear the giggles all the way up the valley. They snuck under doors, around verandahs, they floated up the small ridges and through the canopied forest. They drifted under the pecans to the farmstead and through the gaps in the Liquid Ambers and Agapanthus. The giggles that came with pure fun and joy. Produced by Postie, giggles by Isaac and Ruby.
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