Daily Archives: July 11, 2017

Aging and Wisdom, The Perennial Years by D.G. Kaye

How many times have we said we don’t feel or look our age? When did middle-age sneak into our lives? Where did the years go? I’m sure we’ve all begged the answers to those questions once or twice as we … Continue reading

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The Moon-Child by Alethea Kehas

The moon-child forgot who she was before she turned three suns. In her time of  forgetting, she mapped the stars with rocks in the dirt below her feet, and played with the rainbow of light around her growing body. When … Continue reading

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Rest in Paradise – #writephoto – by Emma Hyde

  Melodious strains of lilting birdsong drifted into Serena’s conscious, enticing her back from what felt like the deepest of sleeps. A soft breeze grazed her skin, wisps of hair tickling her cheeks. The air was pleasantly warm, soothing. Her … Continue reading

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Naked earth

Looking at the map of prehistoric sites in Wales after our recent trip, where there are just so many to see, I wondered just how long it would take to visit them all. Derbyshire is the same. In fact, most … Continue reading

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Peace #writephoto – by Leena

No fake walls or man made construction, I left concrete jungle n embraced Nature. Above open sky, below Wooden bed, Chirpy birds my neighbours, tall trees are wall. Continue reading:Peace #writephoto – SOUL CONNECTION

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Legends in the landscape

We found a main road. That can mean very little in rural Britain except that there is a single lane going each way, but there are bound to be road signs eventually. We had no immediate plans beyond finding lunch, … Continue reading

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Stretch… Stuart France

* “So, how long is a stretch?” “Long as a piece of string, I guess.” “Sorry, that’s the wrong question.” “And the correct question is?” “Give me a second, okay, got it. How old is a stretch?” “You may need to elaborate.” … Continue reading

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Spectre #midnighthaiku

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