Daily Archives: December 19, 2017

Mists #Writephoto #SueVincent

Originally posted on Not Tomatoes:
My contribution to Sue Vincent’s weekly  #writephoto challenge: ? Photo Credit: Sue Vincent ? She was forever looking away. Her back pressed against the trunk of the oak sought the grounding Earth below.  Will you…

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#Writephoto – Blood Oath – The Bag Lady

A perfect night for feasting, don’t you think, my dear? Valentine’s telepathic message was immediately received by Valencia, his lover and fellow vampire. But the moon is full, Val, isn’t that dangerous? Never, for you and I will fly swiftly, … Continue reading

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Being Storm

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
It’s beating on my eyes again It’s blowing up my nose It’s howling round my lips and mouth And stealing my repose ➰ He dares not let it in, again The chaos is too…

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Ani’s Advent Invitation: Maggie’s letter to Santa (with a little help from pensitivity101)

I had a lovely note from Maggie. “I’m with you all the way, Ani,” she wrote. “Being dressed up is more for Two Legs, so here’s my letter to Santa to help you out.” Maggie has not been very well … Continue reading

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The Mysterious Mist – #writephoto -Jagah Dil Mein

It was a bright and sunny morning that the villagers of Sintano woke up to that day. There was a smile on every face, a spring in every step. If there existed any strangers in that small village, I’m sure … Continue reading

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Ani’s Christmas Alphabet

Reblogged from Ani’s Advent 2016 C is for the cheese she’s stashing in the fridge tonight H is for the ham that’s going to make my breakfast right R is for the raisins that I cannot have at all I … Continue reading

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A lucid dream #writephoto – Fall Musings

Every fortnight they met. The moon, the tree, and she. Dressed in moonlight, her gorgeous locks flowing in the air, caressing them, she crossed the dark mystic field without a worry in her eyes. Upon gazing her, the moon and … Continue reading

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Riddles of the Night: Guardians of the Way II

Cratcliffe Tor is a rocky crag, prized these days by rock climbers, and a treacherous twin of Robin Hood’s Stride. It was once the site of an ancient settlement and vestiges of prehistoric earthen ramparts remain. Cross the Portway, and … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon… Stuart France

* The Temple was made of whole, draft stones. Yet, hammers and axes, or any instrument made of iron, was not to be heard in the Temple while it was being built. – (I Kings. 6:7) * Solomon went to … Continue reading

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Waking #midnighthaiku

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