Daily Archives: October 27, 2017

Ebb #Writephoto by Alethea Kehas

Photo Credit: Sue Vincent #writephoto Ebb The tide washed away her secrets but she had more Inside the membrane of her skin she held an ocean of memories Some of which were not hers You can tell by the pattern … Continue reading

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Guest author: Shirani Rajapakse – Chant of a Million Women

Let’s Raise a Chant for Women across the World Have you ever felt there was something you needed to say but didn’t know how to articulate it? Maybe you felt the things you wanted to say wouldn’t be accepted by … Continue reading

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Ebb – #writephoto from pensitivity101

If you didn’t know this land and hold it in the deepest respect, it could kill you. Folklore has it this is the path of Giants, each indentation no more than a footprint of those who had gone before. In … Continue reading

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Sanctum

Warm stone and greenwood Ancient temples remember Their creator’s touch I bow before great Nature Worshipping at beauty’s shrine Silent earth teaches The way of the open heart Eternally new A dream in the cosmic mind The earth a living … Continue reading

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Ebb – #writephoto – Lady Lee Manila

When the tide is on the ebb It falls back on isolated channels The sand is firm and wide as she ambles Her keenness is ebbing away as a deb The legend between the spinner and the web She makes … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Stories unknown

We had driven to Fortingall to see the venerable yew, but it just happens to be in the grounds of a church, so it was inevitable that we would take a look around. We do seem to spend a lot … Continue reading

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Sentinels… Stuart France

* In this part of the world ‘erratics’, that is, ‘river-worn’ rocks are considered High Art… Their untramelled forms adorn every gate-post. * Source: Sentinels… | Stuart France

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Brushstrokes #midnighthaiku

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