Daily Archives: September 16, 2016

#writephoto microfiction: Gateway

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
For Sue Vincent’s photo prompt As far as I can remember, the gate has always stood open. Not held open by a tangle of brambles, old car tyres or other urban rubbish, nor rusted…

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Thursday photo prompt – Gate – #writephoto

Originally posted on ladyleemanila:
This used to be our garden We ran, spun and had fun The old oak tree by the fence We were loud and had some pun We were brash and made pretence Quite rambunctious, no offense…

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Gate – #writephoto #FlashFiction

Originally posted on Booknvolume:
. Cold and bleak, the gate stood, waiting.  Harbinger of the lost; temple of the Unseen, it yawned in the void of the lifeless living among the living. Spectral silence whispered round its ancient stones, sending…

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What the vines said

I went outside this morning to ask the vines about Life… I asked, “Why do you spiral energy only to hold on tight to solid form?” “But also spiral untethered, as though reac… Source: What the vines said

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From the archives: I was looking for something on one of the bookcases earlier. Big mistake. There are books there. And you are bound to see something you haven’t read in a while.. or that is relevant.. or reminds you … Continue reading

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Becoming #midnighthaiku

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