Daily Archives: November 29, 2016

A load of Bull from Tallis Steelyard

People don’t realise what gifts they have, or what skills they possess. Sometimes they have the ability to do all sorts of things yet they never do them. Obviously I am a person with many capabilities, able to turn my … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Christmas Party – Guest John W. Howell with A Christmas Story

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
I have been collecting guest posts and stories for the last few weeks and have brought them all together as part of the Smorgasbord Christmas Party. There will be humour, short stories, stories about…

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Venture out in the forest – Lady Lee Manila #writephoto

Venture out in the forest as we amble In finding mysterious doors in the jungle One was purple with a chain in front of it Wouldn’t it be nice to enter and housesit? Tried it but couldn’t open it, where’s … Continue reading

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#writephoto: Final journey – Jane Dougherty

The wandering folk found a way in and built a door with stone posts and lintel around the gaping hole. They returned at the summer solstice and the winter solstice to light their fires and watch the sun move across … Continue reading

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#Silenti – A Rose Beyond Violence, part two

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895-1986), photographed in 1929. Picture source, see end of post In part one, we examined Krishnamurti’s view that the individual could, with considerable effort, ‘unclip’ themselves from their society (though not broadcast…

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Fan dancers

I used to collect antique fans… I have a thing about them. Ever since I saw my great-grandmother’s little fan in the china cabinet as a girl, I have wondered about their stories. Grandma’s fan was a simple affair; pierced … Continue reading

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Involution… Stuart France

* “You forgot involution,” says Wen with the sort of grin which means things are going to get worse before they get better. “Did I?” “From your list of concepts which may help people fathom the shadowing.” “Ah, so I … Continue reading

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Pall #midnighthaiku

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