Daily Archives: March 1, 2016

Vestige by Morgan

From Cynthia Morgan at Booknvolume in response to my photo prompt: In a Forgotten Field, By an Abandoned Wall, A Portal Awaits, Enigma to All. Vestige of another Time, Another Place; A Remnant of Yesterday, Gone without a trace; Yet … Continue reading

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Barefoot in the snow

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
Have you ever walked along the water’s edge in wet sand, leaving behind a transient trail of footprints that will be washed away by the sea? The image is an evocative one, though a…

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The room within

Originally posted on MEANINGS AND MUSINGS:
Connecting three dots… so bear with me. 1. Late last night, a friend thought I might enjoy Sue Vincent’s writing prompt revolving around this picture…in less than 100 words. At the time I was…

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Beyond the Door…

From my writing partner, Stuart France for the photo prompt… “Oooh look!” said Wen, “It’s a Hobbit Door…” “Well, it’s certainly a very Hobbit-Like door,” said Don, less enthusiastically. “I wonder what’s on the other side,” said Wen ignoring Don’s … Continue reading

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Fluid reality

“I can guarantee, no man on earth has ever seen that…” We were talking about the skin and how it is affected by diet. We had verbally wandered as far as alcohol. On the subject of its immediate and visible … Continue reading

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Further problems with patrons by Tallis Steelyard

In my efforts to guide young poets and to help them avoid the pitfalls which have, in the past, come near to engulfing me, I wish to discuss further the problem of patrons. Looking back a majority of my patrons … Continue reading

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For Ronovan’s haiku prompt

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