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Daily Archives: November 1, 2017
Why would someone build a castle there Where soil is scarce and little wants to grow Except for moss and plants who only care I do not trample on them as I go? Why do I bother making secrets show, … Continue reading
Sitting On The Edge Of A High Rock, Jealous Of The Vast Ocean.. I Screamed At The Beautiful Sea Without Its Fault. Not Blaming Myself Too.. But.. Situation And My Helplessness. I Envy On The Deep Sea, As It Has … Continue reading
Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: So this was it. The final stop on my weekend with the Silent Eye, not far from where it had begun for me, two days earlier. We were very close to Aberdeen airport, but, other … Continue reading
Originally posted on In Emma World:
We were some of the lucky ones. I remember staring, horror-struck, as the waves that usually lapped the craggy coastline near our house receded at pace towards the horizon. The briny seaweed clinging to…
“There used to be water here,” he pointed to the cliff. “Up to the standing stones.” She nudged some loose debris with her foot. “This is cool, isn’t it? And, no, there wasn’t. Water, I mean.” “How do you … Continue reading
‘SEVEN DAYS. SEVEN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF YOUR LIFE. NO PEOPLE. NO EXPLANATION. CHALLENGE SOMEONE NEW EACH DAY’ My thanks to Jane Dougherty for inviting me. In turn, I invite Alethea to join the challenge.