Daily Archives: February 8, 2017

Guest author: Lucy Brazier – From Cambridge to Whitehall

Like most writers, the written word has been a passion of mine from a very young age. Once I had learnt how to read, I knew that there was nothing else I wanted more than to write stories of my … Continue reading

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The Weekend – Elizabeth Mclaughlin- #writephoto

Times Square was busy as usual, flooded with tourists and local street artists trying to make a living. The cell phone chimed as I brushed through crowds that collected in front of theaters and shops. I slid my hand into my … Continue reading

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First Day Of Autumn – by Sangbad #writephoto

The home-returning birds had scored the evening with their chirps. The low-tide waves of the river, whose water was red from lights of the setting sun and the scattered distorted clouds casting its reflection on the moving water… Continue reading: First … Continue reading

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Creation Myth by Andrew Joyce

Reblogged from Andrew Joyce: Every culture has a creation myth. Ours is that the world was created in six days and the first humans were Adam and Eve. The Apache Indians have Changing Woman who was impregnated by the sun … Continue reading

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writephoto# low tide: Cullen and the arrow by Lorraine

Recovering from the shock of the wraith-woman’s attack,* Culleen examined the bow she knocked away from her attacker. It was well-crafted, attuned to the archer. The gut string was new, but grip well-worn. Though not an archer, she appreciated the … Continue reading

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Point of view

For Colleen’s tanka challenge …And then we come across the church. Cue mass excitement as we take in all the Giants, which appear to sprout from every orifice… The body of the church you see is an education in itself. … Continue reading

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Buzzards Big as Bears… Stuart France

* …Some of the roadside Buzzards we pass resemble small bears, which  I suppose makes them rather large birds. A lot has happened since our last visit to Avalon. A lot has happened this past year. Will it have altered … Continue reading

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