Daily Archives: May 21, 2016

#writephoto – The Glade

Originally posted on Helen Jones:
I do love Sue’s photo prompts – her photos are so evocative, and she gets such a wide range of responses in different styles and genres. My response this week is… well, I guess it’s…

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History and Mystery on Caldey Island – Part Two, Layers of the Cold Eye

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
History and Mystery on Caldey Island – Part Two, Layers of the Cold Eye ? At the eastern end of the main complex of Caldey Abbey a stone stairway leads upwards to one of…

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Feeling True…

Originally posted on Stuart France:
…Her hand crept to the feather at her throat. Her gift from the gods. The colour of flame. She had strayed from the path. Seeking silence. Preparing herself for what was to come. The great…

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#writephoto: The glade

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
This flash of fiction is for Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. Why not visit her site and have a go yourself? The stories spoke of this place, a wicked world engulfed by the ocean. For…

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Where were we? Sheep in the churchyard…

Both my friends departed the day after the Hellfire Caves… one back to his home in the north, the other to wander the south for a while before meeting up with her companions. It was a farewell, not a goodbye… … Continue reading

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The Thumper

My son had thumped me soundly, with delight, and made me squeal, That’s ‘cause he is a sadist and my pain goes with the deal. Don’t judge him harshly, honest… to be fair, there is a knack To get the … Continue reading

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Soon… #midnighthaiku

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