Daily Archives: September 2, 2017

#WritePhoto In Sight by Pamela Morse

sight of the horizon We sailed for Devil’s Cay out of old Nassau’s harbor The sea was so calm that the Tongue of the Ocean Was as smooth as glass with reflections of white clouds The quiet was suddenly broken … Continue reading

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White king

Green summer slain The icy tread of winter In the ascendent A dying time beginning Holding the hope of rebirth Autumn is in the air. The sun rises through a misty veil and the trees weep withered tears.  The child … Continue reading

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Dark Foretelling – Sight #writephoto by Jan Malique

Image: Sue Vincent The visions shimmer, immerse themselves mystery. I cannot unveil that which hides in solitude. Your eyes reflect displeasure. Do my words enrage? Bring despair? How hate and anger gnaw at your entrails, poison your spirit. Darkness follows … Continue reading

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And occasionally, something new? – Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard… a request from the poet himself… Never let it be said that Tallis Steelyard is one of those ‘artists’ who sits sighing in his garret, bewailing his fate and wondering why his literary endeavours appear to … Continue reading

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Eye of the Storm #writephoto from Ken at rivrvlogr

Eye of the Storm Given the right perspective, vision will find a point of reference. Offshore may mean out of sight. It does not mean out of mind. Landfall has no regard for shore. Equal opportunity. Continue reading: Eye of … Continue reading

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Sun-Flecked…  Stuart France

* * What will the day of such a dawn hold? * * Source: Sun-Flecked… | Stuart France

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Shadows #midnighthaiku

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