Daily Archives: October 9, 2017

Remains of the day…

Let’s get this straight, they are to blame, Those men and women, name and shame The torturers who terrorised A generation. We had no choice, and no consent Compassionless, we children sent As victims to, despite our cries, Their ministrations. … Continue reading

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Glade – #writephoto – Lady Lee Manila

  she stood alone in the middle of the forest as she amble admiring the nature around this glade used to be their playground they played hide and seek as the birds sang so blissful Continue reading: Thursday photo prompt … Continue reading

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Glade – #writephoto Michael at Morpethroad

If you watch carefully you can see them. They flit from tree to tree, the shadows they hide behind But more worrying, is they are watching you. They know where you are because in this glade You are in their … Continue reading

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Quiet

The dawn sneaked in without a blaze, No flash of flame, nor golden haze, No fanfare played to greet the sun… And yet, a new day has begun. Beyond an iron veil of rain In summer’s absence, tears of pain … Continue reading

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#writephoto — The Glade – This, That, and The Other

John and Matty removed their backpacks and sat down on the rocks next to the creek bed. Matty took a deep drink from her bottle of water and opened up an energy bar. She looked up toward the crest of … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: What on earth…

“…is that?!” I immediately went into ‘there has to be somewhere to park’ mode. You don’t just drive past a humungous mound without stopping…not when it is so very obviously man-made. And especially not when there are two of them. … Continue reading

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‘Road Closed!’… Stuart France

* “Can’t think why?” * * “Nor can I!” * Source: Stuart France

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