Daily Archives: June 24, 2017

The tunnel #writephoto – Of Glass and Paper

At first his vision was not clear, as if the world around him was out of focus. Minutes passed, then, step by step, he started making sense of what he was looking at. He was in some sort of cave, … Continue reading

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light through glass (20170613)

Originally posted on Words and Feathers:
for a single moment perhaps that pause between heartbeats the sun shone through the wings of a butterfly and i understood the reason for cathedrals

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The tunnel – by Lady Lee #writephoto

In the dead of the night One can see from its height Blackbird flaps its wings It’s been hurt among other things Its eyes flicker, free, as if to say When it was hurt, it was an easy prey Moment … Continue reading

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Tunnel of Hope by Kalpana Solsi #writephoto

The dense forests seem to limit their boundaries abruptly and refused to inch further. A perennial waterfall cascaded in slow motion. Her hand felt ice-cold at the spray of waterdrops. Her body shivered. Nikhil handing a warm shrug to her, … Continue reading

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A Bibliomantic Tale II… Stuart France

* Llandudno Bay: the Great Orme. * Tee minus Two-Four hours and counting… No 3 ‘The greatest religious and moral truth to which man must grow is that we cannot be saved individually. My salvation presupposes the salvation of others … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Waving by Jane Dougherty

I can see him at the end of the tunnel, gesticulating, but he is too far away to hear. Part of me wants to run back, ready to forgive. Perhaps he’s changed his mind. Perhaps he’s in trouble. It’s crazy. … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Time travel

Llandudno Bay is bounded by twin headlands of pale limestone. We stood on the larger of the two, Great Orme, looking out across a misty, morning sea, already certain that we needed far more time to explore than we would … Continue reading

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Mute #midnighthaiku

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