Daily Archives: December 3, 2017

A short story from Goblin Tales by Jack Eason

Thicker Than Sap In which Globular Van der Graff, (Glob), Makepeace Terranova (Make), Byzantine Du Lac (Byz), Eponymous Tringthicky (Mous), curmudgeonly old Neopol Stranglethigh (Neo), and Bejuss the lisping one eyed raven with the twisted beak, hide a fugitive. ~~~ … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Invitation: Marilyn Armstrong – A trying time for dogs

I had a nice letter from some friends. They got their two-legs, who is friends with my two-legs, to send some of her festive photographs over… just in the interests of canine solidarity. They wrote: It is a trying time … Continue reading

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Points of Light

It is the start of the festive season again. The dark nights of winter allow the fairy lights and decorations to sparkle in every town and village and through the windows of homes up and down this little island. People, … Continue reading

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Adoration of the One? III… Stuart France

* “As an aid to poesis the Chain of Being works in numerous ways.” * * “It lends life to the notion of an interconnected cosmos without superfluity and raises the dignity of creation by recognising its symbiotic heights and … Continue reading

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Beyond #midnighthaiku

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