Daily Archives: August 6, 2016

In Prospero’s Cave from Kim M Russell #writephoto

Reblogged from Writing in North Norfolk:     The sea mounted to the welkin’s cheek And brought a prince called Ferdinand, Shipwrecked and lost on foreign sand, Subject to Prospero’s command, A spirit in Miranda’s eyes: A thing divine. Continue … Continue reading

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Mister Fox and the Green Man

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
In previous years, the Silent Eye has released a workbook after the annual April workshop. In Song of the Troubadour and Land of the Exiles, we published the script of the five-act psycho-drama that…

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Green grow the rushes O III… from Stuart France

* …If Tee’s study was the hub of intelligence, then Miss Hunnyfludd’s office, which comprised no more than a hastily compromised ante-chamber to its plush superior, was the heart… Thomas Welch was currently making himself at home in the heart … Continue reading

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Going west – cider with Bessie

For once, I wished I wasn’t driving. I wanted to stop every few minutes and get the camera out… the whole area is very beautiful, but the road between Nevern and our next stop in the Gwaun Valley exceptionally so. … Continue reading

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Dark Ages Royal Palace Discovered In Cornwall – In Area Closely Linked To The Legend Of King Arthur

Source: Independent.co.uk David Keys August 5, 2016 The mysterious origins of the British archaeological site most often associated with the legend of King Arthur have just become even more mysteri… Source: Dark Ages Royal Palace Discovered In Cornwall – In … Continue reading

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Polar #midnighthaiku

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