Daily Archives: May 30, 2017

#Writephoto : double derelict by Joelle Le Gendre

Just got internet access back again about 1/2 hour ago.  I’m trying to do catch-up with my email.   But first… “Grandma!  You lived in…in…that?”  My 10-year-old granddaughter asked. Wearing multi-colored leggings that probably glowed in the dark, and a … Continue reading

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Originally posted on method two madness:
abandoned to the naked air the fabric of a life—threadbare– the walls surrendered all around the atmosphere is desolate the inner spirit cast adrift all hope released without a sound and who will travel…

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Broken house

Originally posted on man's poetry:
I lived in broken house? House which still have my applause It saved me from all external fire Keeping me safe was its only desire It was weak and trembling? But kept me always…

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Book Launch – 13 Steps to Evil by Sacha Black

Your hero is not the most important character in your book. Your villain is. Are you fed up of drowning in two-dimensional villains? Frustrated with creating clichés? And failing to get your reader to root for your villain? In 13 … Continue reading

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Reclaimed – #writephoto

Originally posted on In Emma World:
? Dilapidated. Crumbled walls, rotten rafters, Exposed, derelict, Structure reclaimed by Nature; Cosy cottage no longer. ? Amongst the ruins Varied wildlife seeks shelter: Birds on beams, dormice, Insects in the undergrowth; Not a…

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Ruin by Jessica Bakkers #writephoto

Rain teems down and pours through the ruined roof in rivulets. I huddle against the back wall on the rickety wooden bedframe. I claw at the threadbare blanket that covers my legs. It’s my only source of warmth and has … Continue reading

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Jumping off the cliff…

Ten years or so ago, I was very active on a number of closed forums. I was lucky to be part of that moment when they were active and the energy was vibrant. I made a good many friends, people … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Memory and Ruin by Helen Jones

Sue Vincent has a knack for capturing stories in photographs. This is her #writephoto prompt for this week, and here is the story it revealed to me: ‘It’s not much, but it’s ours,’ he said, whisky brown eyes crinkling at … Continue reading

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Art in the Courtyard

One of the joys of any visit to Glastonbury is, for me, the artwork. It is everywhere in the town, from public art to glorious graffiti. Almost every shop sells handcrafted work in every imaginable medium, from paintings and sculpture … Continue reading

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Dispute #midnighthaiku

There was an almighty screeching outside… unmistakeably a kite… so I grabbed the camera. Several crows were mobbing the bird of prey on the wing. There are a number of reasons why they may do so…territorial or feeding disputes or … Continue reading

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