Daily Archives: July 4, 2017

Flocking to Their Destiny #writephoto #flashfiction by Geoff Le Pard

Sue’s picture this week is  Pearl Barley generally enjoyed the ups and downs of exorcism. Sure, the Deacon was a hard task master and some clients were less than grateful to be rid of possession. Take last week and Morgon, … Continue reading

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An Eye full of Reflections (Part Five) – Steve Tanham

Our visit to the actual village of Portmeirion ended quietly, but with an interesting mosaic of happenings. We rejoined our colleagues, silent in our own conclusions – for everyone must find their own in a place like this, and there … Continue reading

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spirits wander 1 and 2 by Kerfe #writephoto

  between dusk and deep night, spirits wander through air, climbing clouds to follow soulbird paths of ancient moonlight Continue reading: spirits wander 1 & 2 | method two madness

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Imploding reality

My son, who is now thirty-three, celebrates his eighth re-birthday today. On July 4th, 2009, normality imploded. ‘We have your son’… four words changed the world for me. It had changed for my son some hours earlier. I had been … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Dubh agus Bán – C. Foley’s Writing Blog

I recently discovered Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt Challenge, and was inspired by this week’s photo to produce this piece! Note: Dubh agus Bán is Irish for Black and White Dubh Agus Bán 1,140 “Things were never as black and … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Natural authority

Portmeirion, the guide told us, was the brainchild of the architect and conservationist, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. The project had been a long time in hatching… once the idea had been conceived, he waited twenty years in order the purchase the … Continue reading

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Crawling King-Snake

Jed is playing his church music and trying to communicate some of its significance. “The high notes are the spirit. The low notes the abyss. Listen to the ‘high C’ soaring, it’s like… it’s like Jim singing, ‘I can’t live … Continue reading

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Calm #midnighthaiku

For Ronovan’s haiku challenge

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