Daily Archives: November 19, 2017

A fine vintage – Tallis Steelyard

Normally it’s Shena that gets me caught up in other peoples’ problems.  Or, to be more precise, it’s her friends who bring me trouble. In this case however, I lay the entire blame at Mutt’s door. Thinking about it, Mutt’s … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Gas Lamps, Harry Randals, Sat Navs and iPads by Jane Risdon

Reblogged from Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord, where Sally is sharing pots from the archives of other writers…: I am delighted to share posts from Jane Risdon’s archives and this week I am sharing the entire post.. Jane shares some of the … Continue reading

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* Dawn dreams of lost worlds The glow of orichalcum Calling me homewards Convoluted labyrinth To circles within circles *

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To dare, to dream, to be…

‘To know, to dare, to will… and to keep silent’… this is a phrase heard within many branches of the Mysteries and one which echoes facets of the labyrinthine journey undertaken by those of us who work within them. It … Continue reading

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Nine less One… Stuart France

* The notion of a simultaneous end and beginning is an important one in nature. It is the principle that underlies periodicity in the cycles of life and their renewal. It is the primary principle of eight-ness. * Source: Stuart … Continue reading

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Discard #midnighthaiku

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