Daily Archives: May 3, 2017

Artists, Writers, Photographers… Be my Guest?

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Artists, Writers, Photographers… lend me your ears… …and your words and pictures… If you would like to be my guest, please read the guidelines and get in touch!

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Ghost ex machina #writephoto by Geoff Le Pard

Pearl Barley had a credibility issue. Leaving aside her name, for which she would never forgive her parents, she had yet to convince the Deacon that she had what it took as an exorcist. Several people complained she lacked focus … Continue reading

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The Third Annual #BloggersBash. Have you got your ticket? #London

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CHILD- by Bernadette #WRITEPHOTO

Wendy surveyed the room. Her eyes wandered fondly over the toys. Wendy had kept the room just as it was when Peter would visit and such merry times abounded. John Darling would ride the horse and swing his sword leading … Continue reading

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The touch of Otherness #Silenti

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
In every mystical gathering, of whatever nature, there comes that moment when a correctly constructed ‘vessel’ is taken over – however fleetingly – by a sense of ‘otherness’. Experience teaches us that this is…

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Whispers of Ancestral Voices by Jan Malique

Image: Pixabay Fellow bloggers and old friends who attended the recent Silent Eye workshop, The Feathered Seer, have written far more eloquently than I of their experiences.  This is my attempt at making sense of the weekend’s events, my guide Anubis … Continue reading

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Child by Robbie Cheadle #writephoto

A tiny green leaf, A piece of rough bark, The brilliant stars, That shine in the dark.   The softness of feathers, In a duvet, cuddly and warm, An intact and delicate shell, With a most entrancing form.   A soft … Continue reading

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Carrot and Coals VI… Stuart France

* …The key to Arbor Low is to regard the stones as always having been laid flat. That way they immediately begin to speak and the first thing they say has to do with time. Wen ‘got’ a clock-face and … Continue reading

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Hearthfire #midnighthaiku

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