Daily Archives: April 3, 2017

A modern fable: how the birds got their beaks #writephoto #flashfiction

Originally posted on TanGental:
A Fable for Today – why the birds got their beaks? ? When the world was young and no one had been trumped and a merkel was a small scavenging rodent, two gods vied to control…

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Gold by Ritu #writephoto

This is the kind of view I crave. The peace you find, watching the sun setting over water. There is nothing comparable. Before the times of camera phones, I have seen so many… Here is my little take. A golden … Continue reading

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#BLOGGER INTERVIEW from Tina Frisco – Christopher Graham, The Story Reading Ape

Reblogged from Tina Frisco: Chris Graham is much admired, respected, and appreciated in the blogging world. His indefatigable support of authors and bloggers is rivaled by few others. The Story Reading Ape‘s 4th blog anniversary is April 4th, and I can … Continue reading

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Ouch the couch! by Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

‘Do you see that picture over there?’ The patient looked up at the opposite wall and nodded. ‘I want you now to close your eyes, and answer the questions that I throw at you, Ok?’ Another nod of the head … Continue reading

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An empty vessel

I am empty Serving no purpose until I am filled Born to give shape and form To that which fills me A vessel of Light awaiting a word And the hand that pours the wine of Life Into my waiting. … Continue reading

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Gold by Anisha #writephoto

There I was, Ready to open my wings to the world, To take on the golden sky and twirl; Yet unborn were my dreams and desires, But she was suppressing her silent fears, Fears that I may lose my way… … Continue reading

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Panics quietly stage left…

It is that time of year. The time when my bedroom starts to ressemble a theatrical costume department, the days suddenly start racing by far too quickly and The Day approaches with panic-inducing velocity. Not that I am starting to … Continue reading

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