Daily Archives: December 27, 2017

Snow Within Us? – Balroop Singh #writephoto

It may have snowed last night But I would walk out to meet you The pebbly path may be slippery But I can find the footholds to reach you My snow boots may be old But they would carry me … Continue reading

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The Schrödinger effect – Top 10 Clicks 2017

This year has been an incredible year for  the Echo blog.  But, in an echo of the physicists cat, I can write and publish on these pages till my fingers drop off, but the words are dead until those pages … Continue reading

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#writephoto -Thaw Pamela Morse

Crimson mittens kept our fingers warm as we marched up the hill in the forrest. Our lunch was still heavy in our systems while we trudged through the snow on the icy path looking for firewood. The night before we … Continue reading

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Thaw #Writephoto #SueVincent

Originally posted on Not Tomatoes:
? Photo Credit: Sue Vincent ? My contribution to Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt #thaw: The flat rock remembered her sacrifice, but the land remembered only her love. Each spring the hills called her spirit out…

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Passing…

For Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday

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#writephoto – Thaw – Elizabeth

There is time for everything, The snow is thick now The earth is dark But Tomorrow the sun will rise A new day New possibilities Continue reading at Tea and Paper

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“She’s going to blow…”

Today my son called me with a complaint. When I had driven in to work today, I had taken with me all the Christmas goodies, from half the leftover turkey, through a large portion of trifle, very carefully carried, to … Continue reading

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A dog called Toby? III… Stuart France

Domingos Sequeira – Tobias heals the blindness of his father * … “On a recognised Pilgrimage route?” “Why not?” “Well, that would explain the presence of the two other Archangels in the paintings even though there is no mention of … Continue reading

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Beyond #midnighthaiku

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