Daily Archives: December 24, 2017

Thaw #writephoto Joelle LeGendre

Watching traffic from our picture window on Christmas day, a tepid breeze trying to tease the mercilous sun, I asked my mother, “What is snow.” “Where did that come from,” she chuckled. “Daddy and I saw White Christmas on TV.” … Continue reading

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Thaw – Michael at Morpeth Road #writephoto

We were ever so glad when the thaw arrived. It was the start of December and Christmas loomed high on the horizon. It was, of course, the result of climate change, but the deniers continued to espouse their theories that … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent – Joyful and triumphant!

Dear Santa, it is Christmas Eve And I have kept my vow, For four-and twenty Advent posts Have all been published now! I have to thank my friends for this ‘Cause they came to my side, To save me from … Continue reading

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By the pool

Originally posted on ….Bilocalalia….:
via #writephoto Thaw I knew I should look beyond the ice to the thaw, past the mud to the seeds and the bulbs ready to grow somewhere down below, so I looked through the bare trees…

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Thaw – Of Glass and Paper #writephoto

He remembered: in his youth, this landscape would have been covered with snow, frozen, for several weeks, even, on a colder year, for months. Now, the thaw had come before Christmas. They’d had two snow storms, and, perhaps, it would … Continue reading

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How I Learned The Truth About Santa Claus.

Originally posted on Some Words That Say What I Think:
When I was younger, my main ambition in life was to own a dog. Unfortunately, my parents were reluctant to buy one because they both worked long hours and thought…

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Gathering

Distant friends gather Communal celebration Sharing a purpose A moment once flown Never to be recaptured Free to remember

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Spring – Sarah at fmmewritespoems #writephoto

There was snow all around, but her houme was a haven for spring. Around the little cottage the grass was green, and the air was scented with primroses and bluebells. Birds flitted here and there, and petals floated down from … Continue reading

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Riddles of the Night: Raven’s Nest

Our final site was to be a stone circle high on the moors, but first, we had to get there, and the journey can be as interesting as the destination. We walked the ‘long way’ up to the moor, rather … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon V… Stuart France

* After three days, Asmodeus was brought before Solomon. In his hand, he had taken up a stave which men use to measure, and he immediately measured out four cubits on the palace floor. Throwing down the stave before Solomon, … Continue reading

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