Daily Archives: August 16, 2017

Lost Wings — #writephoto – Frank Hubeny

A fairy, Christine, lost her wings on top of a hill overlooking the glen while watching the orange sky accept the setting sun. She did not think she was so old. She picked up her wings sighing “Oh!” and stumbled … Continue reading

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#Write Photo Alone – A poem – Robbie Cheadle

This poem was written for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. You can join in the fun here: https://scvincent.com/2017/08/10/thursday-photo-prompt-alone-writephoto/ Sometimes I long to be alone, to think about the vastness of the sky. Reflecting on important things in life, like what happens when … Continue reading

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Alone #writephoto – from Of Glass and Paper

Mist has invaded the valley below, a diffused light veils the details of the landscape. But where am I? Where is this cliff? Is it day break, or dusk? Should I know this place, how did I get here, and … Continue reading

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What value the human? (2) – The disassembly of consent – Steve Tanham

Reblogged from Sun in Gemini: Last night BBC2 aired part two of the documentary Secrets of Silicon Valley, subtitled ‘The persuasion machine’. by Jonathan Bartlett. The programme charted the rise of the modern Tech giants, many of which are not traditional … Continue reading

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Alone #writephoto by Michael at Morpethroad

He took the job out of desperation. He needed the money. His wife was at him day and night to get off his arse and find a job. The kids needed food and clothing. So, goat shepherd was what he … Continue reading

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Walk in their shoes

“.. before I can live with other folks I’ve got to live with myself. The one thing that doesn’t abide by majority rule is a person’s conscience.” Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird “Is everything okay over there?” said my … Continue reading

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Tell Tale Signs V… Stuart France

A very early version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’, perhaps, yet there is much more here than merely a cautionary tale. Or is this the ‘first entrance’ of our much vaunted king Arthur? The emphasis on topography and the singularly macabre … Continue reading

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Bounty #midnighthaiku

Summer invasion Bounty inviting beauty Irresistable Perfect treasure trove Seekers of the golden gift Bring home the harvest

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