Daily Archives: November 22, 2017

Haven – pensitivity – #writephoto

It was an old farmhouse, nothing special, nothing out of the ordinary. It was tucked away at the end of a narrow lane surrounded by sycamore trees that had shed their leaves and were stark against the fiery sky. The … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Sunset – Helen Jones

He liked to leave the house at sunset. Once the lamps had been lit, the dying sun painting licks of fire against the clouds. It hurt, to be outside at such a time, but it was worth it, to feel … Continue reading

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Haven – Sarah Brentyn #writephoto

“No, no. That’s east. I’m sure of it.” Angela looked back at the three strangers she’d managed to pick up along her travels. The tall, ginger-haired boy tilted his head. “I think that’s west.” “North,” the little girl toddled up … Continue reading

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What remains…

A perfect day ends Delicately cradled close Against memory Forgetting is too easy Released, only gold remains *  

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#writephoto -haven – Bobby Fairfield

“So how do you like the old place?” My friends John and Sue looked thoroughly pleased with themselves as we pulled up in front of a magnificent looking old farmhouse. The sun was fading and the artificial glow of the … Continue reading

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On being a furry grandmother…

Quite what came over me, I’ll never know… but it seemed like a good idea. I was wrapping my granddaughter’s birthday presents when it occurred to me… they were all all the princessy things which she loves, to play dressing-up. … Continue reading

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Clues III… Stuart France

* “Well, it has taken a while, but I think we can be fairly certain that this particular example of the symbolist’s art has something to do with the number eight.” “‘Fairly certain’? ‘Something to do with’? It is hardly … Continue reading

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