Daily Archives: December 10, 2017

The Light – Michael at Afterwards #writephoto

Turner opened his eyes, sat slowly upright and looked around. He was in a long corridor, a bright light shining from a door at one end. “Where am I?” he wondered getting to his feet feeling inexplicably compelled to walk … Continue reading

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Portal – ‎Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

Photo by Sue Vincent One, then another tunnel appearing, we stop, travel and repeat.  In the portal I waited,  never to enjoy the view. Source: Two on a rant

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Esther Newton’s Guest Writer Spot

Reblogged from Esther Newton: This week, I’d like to welcome Alethea Kehas, with a strong piece of writing, as my Guest Writer. Exploring the Body’s Memories: An Exercise in Constriction By Alethea Kehas  When we begin to let go of … Continue reading

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Portal – Trent P. Mc Donald #writephoto

I would have thought that the world’s oldest street, in continuous use for over 3,500 years, would have been easy to find, a major tourist destination, but all I received when I asked were blank stares and shakes of the … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Invitation: Wedgwood and Wine by Sarah Brentyn

Okay, so I’m really looking forward to Christmas…as long as the antlers stay out of sight and as long as my mate Tink’s mum hasn’t given her any other awful ideas…. But not everyone enjoys the festive season, I’m  told. … Continue reading

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Ani’s advent… Christmas came early!

Dear Santa Claus, I woke to snow! The world’s all white for me! The garden is a wonderland With snow on every tree! She let me out to play a bit But had to go to work, I think she’d … Continue reading

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One great sin – Fall musings #writephoto

Careful now. The portal is alluring. Its golden brick walls and a blinding light coming from the opposite end first captivates you. When you are inconveniently close, it seizes your rational thinking, your skin freezes amidst the gushes of fresh … Continue reading

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Riddles of the Night: Clues on cue

We had known for a long time the main sites we intended to use for the Riddles in the Night workshop. The trouble was, we did not really know why, or what linked them. They are far from being the … Continue reading

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Linking the Chain II… Stuart France

* “The Elements, then, were not links in a simple chain but acted more as ‘inherent principles’ within the chain as a whole…” * * “Similarly, the perfected parts of inanimate nature, operated at heights far removed from what might … Continue reading

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Source #midnighthaiku

A single light shared Orient and Occident True self reflection

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