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Morning Ritual

You never know where temptation will strike 

Season 1, episode 7

I shuffled to my usual seat like a well trained army vet. I looked through the bus window, avoiding eye contact took off my backpack and cleared my mind from distractions.

She took out a compact mirror and a small device to manipulate her eyelashes, and a rose coloured lipstick that smelt like cinnamon. But I wasn’t looking.

My mind is a razor sharp instrument, free from low v neck dresses and well curved assets, free from long toned legs and high heeled shoes.

Unlike the typical Male specimen, salivating as their eyes burst from their sockets to get a better look at this cosmic goddess.
But I wasn’t looking.

I was comforted by my wife’s beauty, her home cooked meals and her magnetic personality,
her charm and grace and the home that we made.

Besides this girl is half my age,
with her silky smooth skin and her twin peaks of glory, with her legs slightly crossed displaying her ankle bracelet and each toe painted in burning Sapphire.

But I kept my composure, even though she tossed her hair over her shoulder, requested the next stop and stood tall like Gal Gadot,

But I wasn’t looking.

Music by Scott Buckley

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Thank you to Miss Poet Miki, Valerie Neal and the #Writingcommunity

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Special thanks to my brother Elvis who inspired this story

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Lynda Carter and Overnight Nostalgia

Wonder Woman arrived at my workplace armed with a shotgun 

Season 1, Episode 6

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Quickening Part 2

Eric Raven discovers a strange space vessel, even stranger is the amateur astronaut who looks like him, shares his name, but is outside of his time.

Season 1, Episode 5

Written by Dark Samaritan on Twitter @SamaritanDark

Music by Scott Buckley

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You can give per episode or on a monthly basis.

Part 3 is arriving soon

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Quickening Part 1

A man is chosen to take a one way trip to Mars, his ship spirals out of control and returns to Earth 400 years later. 

Season 1, Episode 4

Written by Dark Samaritan, please visit him on Twitter @SamaritanDark

I’m a fan of time travelling adventures from Back to the future, Dr Who and the Umbrella Academy. The idea of moving backwards or forward on the timeline has intrigued many writers and scientist. Also, it has inspired conspiracy theorist who claim alien encounters are actually human time travellers.

With are current rate of technology I could envision some form of time travel, but that would cost billions of dollars and take a lifetime to develop.
Maybe if were fortunate we can detect a wormhole in space and use it as are universal time machine.

This idea may sound crazy to you, but so was the airplane, telephone and personal computers.


All of the music for this episode is licensed under Epidemic Sound.


To see what I’m up to between episodes I can be reached on twitter @Poeticearthling 


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Special thanks to my African Queen, for your beautiful voice

Part 2 is arriving soon

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Rebirth Of Man

The human race has fallen, their only hope is in the cybernetic hands of a distant traveller.

Season 1, Episode 2

Thank you to the incredible James Ray, the Dangerous poet Valerie Neal, the Italian beam of light Miss Poet Miki.

Special thanks to my brother Elvis, and to my technical assistant my son Elijah.

Please visit me on Twitter @Poeticearthling,

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My Meeting With Oprah

I had a meeting with Oprah herself she made me an offer I had to refuse

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 1. Thank you for joining me on this galactic trip. I’m on Twitter @Poeticearthling  

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