Daily Archives: June 29, 2017

For a last born child

Reblogged from Jane Doughterty Writes… a wish that holds true for any child of the heart. A blessing, for the dverse prompt. I would see you fly on white swan’s wings to where your dreams glow burnished blue. I would … Continue reading

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Mixed blessings

So, I went to the doc With my woes and my ills, “I think we will try With a new set of pills.” There’s no diagnosis, And still I’m not well But my own prognosis? This week will be hell. … Continue reading

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Flight #Writephoto – Of Glass and Paper

First in this week …   His dreams were vivid, and the characters he met, often several nights on a row, as enigmatic as the stories they told. Of course, he could fly, walk lightly over the roofs of the … Continue reading

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A Bibliomantic Tale VII… Stuart France

* Harlech Castle * “Patrick McGoohan’s, ‘The Prisoner’, displays many thematic similarities to Franz Kafka’s, ‘The Castle’ and ‘The Trial’.” Authority Pages One-Five-Two and One-Five-Three * No 8 (Light) O God, the longer I gaze upon your face, the more … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt – Flight – #writephoto

Use the image below to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 5th July and link back to this post with a pingback. Please make sure that … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round up – The tunnel #writephoto

“The job of a storyteller is to speak the truth. But what we feel most deeply can’t be spoken in words alone. At this level, only images connect. And here, story becomes symbol; symbol is myth. And myth is truth.” … Continue reading

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Service — #writephoto The Tunnel by Frank Hubeny

Wounded King Herman was on his deathbed. His sons were killed fighting the warlord Zutom who was overthrowing the independent city-states. His wife died with the birth of Charlotte who was by his side. General Kim was also there. The … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: ‘I am not a number’

There were people… two of them… heading towards the Druids Circle… so we wandered over to have a look at the intriguing cluster of stones we could see just over the rise in the land. The trouble with these complex … Continue reading

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The Way that cannot be named… Stuart France

* * The way in Is the way out… * * The way out Is the way in… * * Continue reading here

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Discovery #midnighthaiku

Following the trail The intrepid voyager Comes out of his shell  

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