Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

 Behind Devil’s Doors by Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

  https://scvincent.com/2017/06/01/thursday-photo-prompt-knock-writephoto/  The full length wall room mirror is plastered with a golden edged sticker that boasts the legend “The Lord’s House is full of love.” Looking into it, Pramila runs her fingers over her badly battered face, the little … Continue reading

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A walk in the garden

Before the last meeting, there was time to wander around the gardens of Dunham Massey Hall near Altrincham. The sun was, as usual, playing hide and seek and the overnight rain had accentuated the contrasting colours as spring turns to … Continue reading

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Seen Differently

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
Seen differently A dark snake winds up the hill To penetrate our lives ➰ Seen differently Silver birds flee, screeching From its venomous intent ➰ Seen differently, again The hedgerow filled with life Laughs…

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A Question of Presence

Originally posted on rivrvlogr:
A Question of Presence I might say to spare me an absence of presence, should the time come, but remember, a sparrow may return to a nest abandoned, that light still touches those reaches outwardly empty.…

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Knock by E. R. Smith #Writephoto

Creeping up long steep stairs, this is what mountain climbing must feel like.  Heart pumping, little brother behind, sort of sliding on the walls away from the railing.  Hey you’re gonna get dirty!  My whisper/shout echoes.  If I didn’t really … Continue reading

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Maybe…

It’s been all sticky, hot and torrid, Now, the weather’s downight horrid; All we’ve got is clouds and rain.. The English summer’s back again. The roses glowing in the sun Have lost their petals, one by one, Weighed down beneath … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Not so funny by Jane Dougherty

He’d bought the eccentric doorknocker on the flea market. “I’d like to see the Jehovah’s get past that,” he’d laughed. They didn’t, of course, but nobody else did either. In the end, he had to reconnect the doorbell faced with … Continue reading

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Chain reactions

I caught myself singing while I was hoovering… ‘Give a Little Whistle…’, a song I haven’t heard in years. It comes from Disney’s Pinocchio and the more I look at the story as it is told in the film, the … Continue reading

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Religious Endeavour… Stuart France

* “Most religious stories Are more ancient than their religion.” –  Count Jack Black Source: Stuart France

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Onwards #midnighthaiku

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