Daily Archives: May 16, 2016

AfterDeath (Part 1)

Originally posted on Richard M. Ankers – Author:
Foreword Ghosts and vampires should never have mixed. The two entities hated each other with a passion reserved for the dead. For ghosts, a vampire represented the one thing they lacked: corporeality.…

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Heart and Soul…Grandmother’s chest – #writephoto

Originally posted on Stuart France:
The first key… Bigger than me… and inside, a box; identical but smaller, in order to fit, with another key. Key number two, as big as you, whose mote is my beam, now clearly seen…

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The Celebration of Mister Fox: more and less…from Stuart France

Reblogged from Stuart France …More because our Foxes are one-third Man and also less because our Foxes are one-third Man. Huh? Man’s individuality makes them more yet, by its nature, that individuality is less than whole. Read the rest of … Continue reading

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Where were we? Narrowboats and reindeer…

We took the long way home… a very long way really, passing…quite unneccesarily…through the quaint old streets of Woburn, with its rather grandiose church fair bristling with dragons and through the park of Woburn Abbey. Mainly because the park is … Continue reading

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Keys to the Forgotten Song by Éilis Niamh #writephoto

Reblogged from The Sound of What Happens in response to the photo prompt: In the beginning the keys were known. Their place and purpose was common knowledge. They were discussed in passing as we might talk about the weather, the … Continue reading

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Imperfect #midnight haiku

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