Daily Archives: February 12, 2017

The lighting flame by Sri Sudha K #writephoto

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Guest author: Connie Jasperson – Oregon Sunset

We sat on the beach near the fire, Two old people bundled against the cold Oregon sunset. Friends we’d never met fished the surf, Children and dogs ran at waves’ edge. Red sky, red mist, red sunset. Fire, water, wind, … Continue reading

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Blogger/Author Spotlight: Sue Vincent and Stuart France

Originally posted on K Y R O S M A G I C A:
? Today it is my pleasure to introduce you to not one but two guests! A hearty welcome to Sue Vincent and Stuart France. I originally contacted Sue…

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Flame by Prajakta #writephoto

Late afternoons often found her sitting alone, still and straight. Her mind would travel years back in time, when the house was full of children’s laughs and echoing footfalls. In a flash, hours and days had molded into long years … Continue reading

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How to paint with a jittery duck

When I left him, my son was gleefully painting with a duck. The duck had, in the early stages, seemed a bit jittery, but once it had its feathers smoothed, the results were quite amusing. Now, lest we invite less-than- … Continue reading

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Flame by E. R. Smith #writephoto

Flame A flame jumped out from the pyre and ignited a passion in my soul Blue flame shot out to inspire lofty goals Ablaze am I as passions unrequited burn away Continue reading here: Flame

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A silent voice

It seems a very long time ago now, before the launch of the Silent Eye, that I wrote “Coming Through”, about the way we are sometimes guided by unseen hands. It was an attempt to describe what drives the work … Continue reading

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