Daily Archives: May 27, 2017

Derelict by Lady Lee Manila #writephoto

The tendency of an old house to collapse Out of warren of walls, roofs and alleys Tough seeing the neighbourhood with all scraps Like crushing a vertebra when one sneezes Continue reading here

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A Charming Child: guest post by the inestimable Tallis Steelyard #newbooks

Originally posted on M T McGuire Authorholic:
What can I say? We have a guest, my writer friend Jim, Webster, along with the inimitable, the one and only Tallis Steelyard who is here to tell us a little tale. Thank…

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Abandoned by Pamela Morse #writephoto

The building bitterly fell down around them in the end. They refused to move when the epidemic wiped out the neighbors and all the businesses. They decided to stay since they were the sole surviving members of the cult. The … Continue reading

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No false ideal can be a true defence When evil, as a spoiled and angry child Can break and shatter childhood innocence, To be, by any feeling heart, reviled. No hope can find its birth in violence As death’s own … Continue reading

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Derelict by Willow#writephoto

Rachel felt, empty, derelict and Barron. The pack she had joined were not her type, they were good honest wolves, unlike her. They had not broken her kind’s code as she had. Unlike her they were not broken and  empty. … Continue reading

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On Beltane Eve…

There is probably nowhere else in the country where you can walk through a residential estate on a Saturday morning, in full ceremonial robes and with magical symbols painted on your forehead, without anyone batting an eye. It could only … Continue reading

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* …Bearer of Time Gnomon of Eternity You must have seen a thing or two During your torturous sojourn… How best can we understand our predicament?” Continue reading at Stuart France

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