Daily Archives: February 5, 2017

Daybreak

  The breeze remembers… Two Voices, One breath And the ghost of joy; A lingering blush, Haunting a morning That melts In eternity’s embrace.

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Guest author: Jane Dougherty – Tales from the Northlands

Sue has been kind enough to invite me to write a blog post to celebrate the publication of a short collection of stories. The collection is called Tales from the Northlands, and is, as you might expect, about things Nordic. … Continue reading

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Parents Can Be Right B******ds y Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Okay so here’s the deal. One, you’re a princess, right? A fully fledged bit of royal DNA. No ifs, no buts, no daddy being naughty with the commoners. Two, you’re the number one child, born 9 months and 13 days … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Vocation

Originally posted on insaneowl:
A Writer’s Vocation As I sit at my study table with the fire warming the silence of this rainy afternoon, a slender flame leaps out of the place of shadows, making me profess that which may…

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Low Tide by pensitivity #writephoto

Distant hills cast shadows along the sky line, A retiring sun providing golden pathways in shallow waters. Continue reading: Low Tide #writephoto

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Low Tides by Reena #writephoto

 I could never resist the temptation of a morning walk on the beach in Goa. I loved to see the beach glow in the light of the morning sun. I also had to negotiate my way, around the dead jellyfish … Continue reading

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Five minutes of film

Image: http://www.lovethesepics.com He wasn’t feeling too good so I carried his breakfast through into the lounge where he was watching TV and sat down with him on the sofa for five minutes. He was watching a wildlife programme and, as … Continue reading

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