Daily Archives: June 7, 2017

Getting a handle on things by Geoff Le Pard #writephoto #flashfiction

Worple the Cantankerous was, for many years, a fringe gremlin, tolerated but not taken seriously by the elite troublemakers of his breed. His ideas, based around simple old-fashioned biting and scratching, were deemed outmoded in the new digital, orthodontic-led mastications … Continue reading

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Telling Tales by Helen Jones

Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: It came to me a while ago that perhaps we, as humans, are built to be storytellers. That it’s in our DNA, some vital part of us that cannot be denied. From the dawn of … Continue reading

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Hope Doesn’t Knock #WritePhoto

Originally posted on Lemon Shark Reef:
? ? They say we should have hope. Yet they take away everything that might make us feel hopeful. People seem content. I don’t understand. One morning, after breakfast, I ask my father. He…

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Thursday Photo prompt – Knock #writephoto

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Knock by Melissa #writephoto

I stared at the intimidating door knocker in front of me, but I couldn’t bring myself to knock just yet. Here I was finally reaching a pivotal moment in my existence and all that was left to do was lift … Continue reading

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Knock, Knock #flashfiction

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Upon reflection Joy and sorrow share a source Mirrored emotions The heart a door that opens On a land of light and shade  

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Come Hither He Says – Knock #writephoto by Jan Malique

Image: Sue Vincent An intriguing photo from Sue for this week’s photo prompt Knock #writephoto. What a magnificent creature I think, redolent of deep and ancient magic. Great Pan, is that you? Guardian of the portal into Nature’s mysteries. In … Continue reading

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Resident beauty

The great houses and stately homes are all very well in their way, but the real joy of our visit to Dunham Massey was the deer park. The first recorded mention of the park that surrounds the house dates back … Continue reading

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