Daily Archives: September 13, 2016

Road to Somewhere: The Fool’s Journey by Jan Malique

Reblogged from Strange Goings On in the Shed: Photo: Jan Malique I’m once again in the process of reassessing the past. Recent events have prompted me to scrutinise a piece I wrote some time ago. It was a meditation I … Continue reading

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Seeking the Seer…

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
* ‘Follow the Path’… * * ‘Cross to the Far Shore’… * * …’and Climb’… *

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Bones of the Earth

Originally posted on charlesewaugh:
Bones of the Earth These broken bones the Earth reclaims, The age old stones have lost their fame. Forgotten now, atop the hill, The window frames are empty still. Vines reach up to with claws of…

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A different start to December?

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
? With the very successful Circles of Time workshop just behind us, we’d like to announce the next in our quarterly events: “Of Ash and Seed”; The Silent Eye’s Winter pre-solstice weekend.  To be held…

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#writephoto microfiction: Home

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
Inspired by Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. For centuries it had been home. Built by some lordling, little more than a gentleman farmer, who lived surrounded by his fields and his folk in a…

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#writephoto broken for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt

Originally posted on Author Sharmishtha Basu's Little World:
Softly the light of moon caresses his bricks and whispers who says you are broken? the monsoon wind laden with invisible droplets soothe his parched body and ask, who said you…

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Roman Remains

Originally posted on Jack Lockwood Diaries:
A friend of mine called Tony Bradley, told me an interesting story about an experience he had a few years ago. In Tony’s words: Bert Baverstock tossed the skull up into the air and…

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Security

Pygmalion and Galatea by Jean-Leon Gerome 1890 Have you ever noticed how many times we cling to the known rather than risk the adventure of the unknown… even when the known is not so good and the unknown full of … Continue reading

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Standing

 From the archives: I was beneath the treetops when the rain came, Sheltered by the whisper of the beeches And great oaks, Leaves unfurling, Copper and green In the springtime. I was by the water when the light flared, Silvering … Continue reading

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Flight #midnighthaiku

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