Daily Archives: January 4, 2017

Smorgasbord Daily Blogger – Wednesday January 4th.. Well worn Jumpers, Reviews and Short story

Sally Cronin features new books, articles and stories from Patricia Salamone, Don Massenzio, and David Prosser, along with Robbie Cheadle, Angie Quantrell, and Karen Ingalls interviewing author Christine Lindsay. A vertiable Smorgasbord… even the small dog gets a mention.

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Postcards from the present moment – a new book from tiramit

Thralldom POSTCARD #39: Chiang Mai: Coming up to Chiang Mai from Hat Yai was done in two stages, with the stopover at Bangkok, as we did going down. It was the same thing, the other way round. Everything already seen, … Continue reading

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Port Naain by starlight – from Tallis Steelyard

Madam Alena was, at the time, my oldest patron. A petite slender lady with short cropped white hair; she would from time to time summon me to her home to entertain a group of her acquaintances These were never events … Continue reading

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For Colleen’s Tanka Challenge

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Time – Pamela Wright #writephoto

Midnight December 31st – that weird moment in the year when people sit and watch a clock count down and kiss the person next to them. That moment in the year when some people sit and reflect on the year … Continue reading

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Back to normal

That’s it. The tree is down, the cards removed, the festive flowers have finally faded… apart from a token branch of pine and a poinsettia that are still hanging in there, determined to make it to Twelfth Night and the … Continue reading

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Of Ceremony and Symbol… Stuart France

* * First Man had many wives among the Animal People. The sacred beast, bird or reptile was treated with reverence and as totem was carried to ensure guardianship of the spirits. * The two fundamental ceremonies of universal application … Continue reading

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Paradox #midnighthaiku

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