Daily Archives: August 30, 2016

Escape from Montségur: The Parfaite’s Tale by Jan Malique #writephoto

Reblogged from Strange Goings On in the Shed: My response Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt – cave – #writephoto. The offering here is mere speculation and the weaving together of various strands (fictional of course) of the story of one survivor … Continue reading

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French Postcards 6 from Steve Tanham

Reblogged from Sun in Gemini: On days like this people often ask why we do it? Why do you spend precious holidays pitting yourselves against the weather, particularly the hot sun, just to travel a few hundred miles by bicycle? … Continue reading

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Nature’s Art Gallery – Cave Pictures by Cheryl #writephoto

Reblogged from cheryl62blog:     The Times Shadows sprayed On solid rock Hollowed out And disappeared In light or dark extremes of Ephemeral eternity With slow and sudden Curator changes Continue reading here.

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Time to Hide or Fight? from Michelle Lunato #writephoto

Reblogged from Chasing Life and Finding Dreams You can also find Michelle at her Photography blog Michelle Lunato Photography. Far away from the world of evil and hate, Is the place I want to live, and ultimately wait. For the … Continue reading

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Collaboration Publication – Last Call #PoetsForPeace

Choice Blinded by greed and illusory need, We can blot out the guns and the loss of our sons And our daughters who bled and the child that lies dead For some war of attrition, caused by the ambition of … Continue reading

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The perception of memory

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
I slowed to let the young lad on the bicycle pull out onto the roundabout. That looks like… I raised my hand to wave to my son’s friend and instantly realised my mistake. It…

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Salad days

To clear this rotten bug away that’s been a lousy joke, I thought I’d run a nice hot bath and have a lazy soak. I could, I thought, put something in, to make the steam work well, I settled on … Continue reading

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Song #midnighthaiku

For Ronovan’s haiku challenge

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