Daily Archives: August 11, 2016

Shadows – #writephoto

Originally posted on Fantasy Raconteur:
I see a light, I catch a dream— But shadows chain me down. As dazzling comets laugh and gleam I see a light, I catch a dream, I dream of things I used to deem Impossible.…

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Thursday Photo Prompt – Caged– #writephoto

Use the image to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 17th August and link back to this post with a pingback. Please make sure that the pingback works and if not, copy … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up – Liminal #writephoto

The photograph for this week’s prompt was taken inside the long barrow at West Kennet, Avebury, that was built to house the bones of the ancestors over five and a half thousand years ago. Doubtless there are reasonable explanations about … Continue reading

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Going west – the accidental tourist

Frankly, I thought it appallingly bad planning. Could the town not have chosen a different day to ceremonially install their new mayor? It isn’t as if we hadn’t advertised our itinerary for the weekend, culminating with a visit to the … Continue reading

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Papal Bull…

Celtic Saint instrumental in the Eucharist of Fish and Loaves… * The Venerable Bede recorded in his Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum, a copy of the letter written in 601AD which Pope Gregory sent to Abbot Mellitus, who was part of … Continue reading

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Feeding #midnighthaiku

I’m not a fan of slugs,  not as a rule, fascinating though they are. This one though caught my eye with its markings….and the fact that this particular ‘Breakfast in Slug Town’ was on the carved cross at Capel Non….a … Continue reading

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