Daily Archives: July 15, 2017

Messenger #writephoto by Michael

She hadn’t heard from him for so long the hurt of it was crushing on her. Ever since time stopped and distance shifted into the realms of impossibility she wondered about him. Now her days were about surviving as best … Continue reading

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NEW RELEASE: Renaissance: The Nora White Story (Book One) by Yecheilyah Ysrayl

RENAISSANCE: THE NORA WHITE STORY IS AVAILABLE NOW CLICK HERE TO ORDER IN EBOOK OR PAPERBACK When seventeen-year-old Nora White successfully graduates High School in 1922 Mississippi and is College bound, everyone is overjoyed and excited. Everyone except Nora. She … Continue reading

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Don’t Shoot the Messenger

Originally posted on writing in north norfolk:
Downward stroke of raven wing, coal-black and glistening in the morning sun, sweeps clouds into one, a blot on the blue. Its forsaken caw breaks early morning silence like the letterbox flap, the…

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Thursday Photo Prompt – #writephoto by Leena

She had warned him to stay at home today, but he promised her he will be back before sunset. when it was getting dark and he did not return, She got worried. She came out and desperately tried to reach … Continue reading

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Messenger #writephoto by Ritu

Black-winged messenger Soaring through the skies On a mission to deliver Words to the unwise. Black-winged messenger Gliding to his destination To speak his words of wisdom To the assembled congregation Continue reading: Messenger #writephoto | But I Smile Anyway…

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The freedom to get it wrong

Watching the fish in the pond this morning, I noticed that although they all swim, as you would expect from fish, they all swim differently. The huge sturgeon glide through the water with no appearance of effort at all. The … Continue reading

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Messenger #writephoto – by Emily Weatherburn

This week, Sue Vincent’s “#writephoto” challenge considers the theme of “messenger”. You can check out the challenge here, but, in the meantime, I hope you enjoy my story! Since the days of my father’s father, my bloodline has had a … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: On the headland

We woke to a glorious morning for our final day in Wales. We still had things to see… far more things than we expected, in fact…but they would be on our way back to Yorkshire. I had been reluctant to … Continue reading

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Microcosm #midnighthaiku

Wildflower carpet Cerulean petals fly Perfectly disguised A stark headland juts out into the sea. Limestone cliffs tower, bleak and open to the winds. The grass grows close to the earth, hugging her slopes for protection against the elements. From … Continue reading

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