Daily Archives: May 5, 2017

The Feathered Seer – The observer

”The spirit is so closely linked to the body as a thing that the body never ceases to be haunted.’ Georges Bataille We had chosen five of the ancient and sacred sites of the local landscape as inspiration and setting … Continue reading

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The Journey of the Feathered Seer Part 2: The Raven’s Nest by Alethea Kehas

The ravens travel the skies above the high cliffs of the moors. They appear to both lead and follow, watching to see if you remember the way to the Nest. There are as many ways to get there as there … Continue reading

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Opacity by Reena #writephoto

The gentle rays of dawn light up the world nudging and moving the wheel of life. * The darkness behind the rock wistfully imagines transparency wanting to partake in the feast on the other side of existence. * Light — … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt – Obelisk #writephoto – Old Bert

Originally posted on Morpethroad:
Old Bert maintained the obelisk was there as testament to his virility. His girlfriend Rona said he was dreaming. Old Bert did a lot of dreaming. But one thing he didn’t dream about and was grateful…

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Microfiction #writephoto: Obelisk

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
For Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. ? It was the first thing they saw when the sun rose. It was the last thing they saw when they left. Their forebears had built it, an impregnable…

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Temple of the Winds by Steve Tanham

In Yutacan, where Mayan mind Once ruled a fabled land A mighty structure stands its side It is a temple of the wind Tumul its name, once whispered wide Upon this jungled horn An ancient place, revered its past Where … Continue reading

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Obelisk by Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

Writephoto prompt Obelisk; 4 sides, narrowing upward, ending in a point.  A singular structure baking in the sun.  And for what purpose? I can’t eat it, drink it or live in it.  Certainly, it shelters one from the sun’s heat … Continue reading

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Squirrels and stones

With the car bursting at the seams, I completed the drive north for the workshop. Picking up Stuart on the outskirts of Sheffield, our first port of call would be cross-country to collect a crystal that would be a symbolic … Continue reading

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Carrot and Coals VII… Stuart France

* The stone is warm beneath her back. Above her the clear blue of the sky is powdered with clouds, barely moving. It is sheltered here in the circle, the earthen banks of the henge protecting the centre from the … Continue reading

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Fragments #midnighthaiku

Fractured unity Imposing aspirations Of human doing Shining cityscapes Fragmented panorama Humanity sleeps Seekers walk the streets Piecing together puzzles Of human being Divinity waits Masked beneath normality Offering the stars These two sculptures Equus Altus and The Briggate Minerva … Continue reading

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