Daily Archives: May 15, 2017

Dulce et decorum est by Jim Webster

Reblogged from Jim Webster: This time of year can be difficult for the diligent Border Collie. All these charming lambs scampering about might look delightful but they’ve got no respect. As old Jess would doubtless have said, if she could … Continue reading

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New Book – Forest Voices

Originally posted on Poesy plus Polemics:
I am pleased to announce that my latest book “Forest Voices: Whispers from the New Hampshire Woods” is now available at Amazon in paperback and kindle editions, as well as at Barnes & Noble,…

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Unexpected Shaman (4) – In the Mouth of the Jaguar by Steve Tanham

Really? A giant, black, Jaguar materialised from the south face of the Chichen Itza pyramid and thundered across the ground to devour you? On one level, it’s a preposterous thing to write; on another, it’s the heart of the matter. … Continue reading

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Amazonia by Craig Towsley #writephoto

Owl and Raccoon took off their pith helmets and used them as cups, scooping water from the shallow river. They’d been exploring the jungle for weeks. Four days ago, a rock fall swept their guide, and most of their supplies, … Continue reading

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Green with ivy

Originally posted on Jessica Bakkers:
February 3rd 1973 Raining again. Always bleeding raining in this hole of a town. Had to wear galoshes out to the crime scene, knew there’d be mud. I suppose it was a pretty spot. In its way. Old crumbling…

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Spirit Animals by Running Elk

Reblogged from Shamanic Paths This post is based on the outline of an exploration session presented at The Silent Eye  (a modern mystery school) “Leaf and Flame: the Foliate Man” weekend in 2016. Whilst I have attempted to retain some … Continue reading

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Green by Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

Inspector Iqbal Khan was in a bad mood. He had never been inside a jungle. The closest he had come to a wooded experience was when as a kid he and his cousins had scaled the seven-foot-high walls of the … Continue reading

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Manifest #midnighthaiku

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