Daily Archives: September 7, 2016

Old Man of Fontcalvy – from Steve Tanham

Old Man of Fontcalvy — The monk, long served, arises Bathed, through shutter’s lid In single beam of golden light The last such kiss he will receive An echo of that given, late, By parting Father Abbot True friend of … Continue reading

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Thursday Photo Prompt : Reflection.

Originally posted on willowdot21:
​My late offering, a Haiku. For ?Sue Vincent’s :Thursday Prompt Reflection Pool of crystal eye Let me dive into your depth Will I drown or fly?

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Reflection from methodtwomadness #writephoto

Reblogged from methodtwomadness Here there is a pool, circle of illusion, silhouette that shades but also mirrors– what light gathers here? Here there is a rock, wearing time and holding the sky’s gifts in opposing substances– what matter cleaves here? … Continue reading

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Bottled Hope #writephoto #shortstory

Originally posted on TanGental:
Another #writephoto prompt from Sue Happy place  Bastion Rogers lent over the little rock pool, catching his reflection. The words ‘Neolithic bidet’ popped into his head and he smiled. And stopped. He’d smiled. Now that was…

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Welsh Wednesdays: Book review, Pattern of Shadows, Judith Barrow, Wartime England, romance, abuse, prejudice, D.G. Kaye

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Ahead of the #TenbyBookFair on September 24th I’d like to share this review blog post by D.G. Kaye, praising the work of fair organiser Judith Barrow Source: Book review, Pattern of Shadows, Judith Barrow, Wartime England,…

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Hug someone

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
It is early when I wander through to the kitchen… the world is silent except for the little grunting noises Ani makes as I cuddle her good morning. I don’t speak dog fluently, but…

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Seeing Stones… from Stuart France

* “…Those who waited with her, high on the hill had prepared her. She had been bathed in the sacred spring that ran from the chalk below this place, winding as a clear stream into the valley. There was a … Continue reading

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Twilight #midnighthaiku

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