Daily Archives: December 20, 2017

Mists – Emily Havis #writephoto

As I sleep I breathe in a dreamer’s dream To seek rapture in uncharted pathways And make pilgrimage to the forest of Arden Against the wits of winter’s end And find solace in the golden world. Continue reading at Emily … Continue reading

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Mists – #writephoto – D. Avery

Meet them at the windbreak he’d been told, just before dawn. They’d be waiting there in the line of trees with a wagon, just don’t be late. He couldn’t take the road of course, had to swing down around the … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Invitation: Fiyero and Idina write to Santa…with help from Trent P. McDonald

As if the birds in the garden aren’t enough to cope with, I have to have one on my tree too! Right at the top…which means reaching it could get me into lots of trouble… The thing sits there every … Continue reading

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Mists – Lady Lee Manila #writephoto

The mist has thickened into a dense fog Silhouette of the tree against silver Being cosy inside with warm eggnog The mist has thickened into a dense fog Like the time we were together in Prague All the love and … Continue reading

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Masquerade

Light falls from heaven Scattering frozen jewels Across the garden Winter masquerades as spring Dew-drops laugh in the morning For Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday

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“Mists” By Raymond Roy #writephoto

She leaned back into the tree hoping that her natural curves would blend in with the silhouette of the mature oak tree. She had run all night, her throat was parched. Torturously, a heavy mist hung thick in the morning … Continue reading

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Riddles of the Night: Unconventional methods…

A labyrinthine path leads to a summit that ends abruptly in a sheer and unforgiving cliff. From this side, the settlement on Cratcliffe Tor would have been impregnable. Yet, there seems little space or evidence for a group of homes … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon II… Stuart France

* … So, Solomon sent for Benai, the son of Yehoda. He gave to him a chain and an anklet inscribed with the Ineffable Name and woollen yarns, and leather sacks containing wine, and told him what he must do … Continue reading

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Gilded #midnighthaiku

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