Daily Archives: November 24, 2016

Thursday Photo Prompt – Mystery #writephoto

Originally posted on pensitivity101:
An interesting prompt from Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo this week. Have a look at her original post here https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/3193846/posts/1235298219 Here’s my take on it…………. ‘I don’t think you’re wearing it quite right.’ ‘What do you mean?…

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The advantages of a good education from Tallis Steelyard

I have always been of the opinion that we should leave matters of state to the wise, as opposed to the merely strident or muscular. Indeed as I fail to fall into any of these three categories I feel that … Continue reading

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Award Nomination

Originally posted on Richard M. Ankers – Author:
Award Nomination Your Country Needs you! (Actually, I need you.) The Eternals (complete with its beautiful new cover) has made the shortlist for The 5o Best Indie books of 2016: Paranormal category.…

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Thursday Photo Prompt – Mystery #writephoto

 Use the image below to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 30th November and link back to this post with a pingback. Please make sure that … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round up – Passage #writephoto

This week’s photo was taken in an underpass in Lincoln, close to the cathedral. The light and colour, windows and stone gave it a very strange feeling… far from simply utilitarian. There were some fantastic contributions again this week. I … Continue reading

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The Unseen Sea – 16: The Envy of Self

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
? Part Sixteen of The Unseen Sea Jason Rowbrook, our Foreign Office diplomat, is an example of an Enneagram Type Four. We talked about the three primary figures on the enneagram’s nine points: Nine, itself,…

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Breathing Fire

Green glass secrets melt away, Naked flowers in the breeze, Lingering ghosts of old magic, Smoke and stars Sailing the morning. We were young… Time was liquid And we breathed fire… Prisoners of desire In a velvet night.

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That holiday feeling…

The last vestiges of autumn’s glory still clings to the trees, pale gold and copper against the damp-blackened bark and vivid green of the English countryside. The stone-built cottages, many of them still roofed with ancient slabs of sandstone, or … Continue reading

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How high the stone…

* How high the stone, Which scrapes the sky? Where sleeping dragons lie. * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Open #midnighthaiku

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