Oh another magazine interested in poetry my first love,I'll never have that sequel to my children's book finished :0)
Thanks for that, Patsy - will have a look.
Ah, sorry for the distraction, Carole.
Good luck if you decide to submit, Rosemary.
We know you frolic!$250 is a good prize for the most popular.
yer soooo tall
Not too bad - IF your piece is chosen.
I am, Mac! Well over 5 feet.
Looks interesting, Patsy. I might well sub.
Good luck, Charlie.
That word rolls off the tongue nicely... Thanks for sharing the subs info.
Our local seaside village is inundated with campervans at the moment. MyOH gets snippy about them filling the carpark, but I envy them their freedom to roam unfettered.
Just subbed my first piece for the week so sure I deserve to have a good rollick. Good word.
I always thought a 'right rollicking' was a good telling off. Maybe that begins with a 'b'!
Love this word, Patsy, it just rollicks off the tongue, doesn't it?
It is a nice word to say, Maria.
If there are so many that local people can't park I can understand him getting a bit annoyed.
You do, Beatrice.
Now you mention it, Maggie I have heard rollicking used that way. Whether or not anyone has ever had cause to give me a rollicking is something I shall remain tactfully silent about.
It does, Tracy.
There's a market for descriptions of the frolicking, but you might want to take on a pen name to submit your stories. ;)
And a ghost writer, Jacula!
Looks like an interesting magazine with a number of rollicking stories.
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