Daily Archives: January 5, 2018

Time and time again – Michael #writephoto

I walked past your window today with it’s sun bleached glass and flaking paint memories of fingerprints and noses pressed against it as seasons passed slowly one into the next Laughter long passed into time remembered like yesterday Words lost … Continue reading

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The window – Sarah #writephoto

“Did you hear that?” “Sorry, darling, I was deep in my book. What was it?” “Oh, I don’t know. It’s so silly. I seem to hear it every night. There’s a rustling noise, and then a gasp. The first time … Continue reading

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Hugh Roberts’ Book Of The Month: Donkey Boy and Other Stories by Mary Smith

…and please note that Mary has a new blog… visit her at Mary Smith’s Place Reblogged from Hugh’s Views and News: After a month’s break, welcome back to my book of the month feature. To kick us off for 2018, … Continue reading

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Window – Elizabeth #writephoto

behind those windows peace and tranquility just what i need right now and forever a room of solitude but to reach it the mind needs to rip apart all thorns and fences mindfulness focus on the roses Source: Tea and … Continue reading

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Lady of the Flame: Hail Mighty Sekhmet! – Jan Malique

She is known by many epithets, in particular Eye of Ra, Lady of the Red Linen, and Lady of the Flame. Protector of the Pharaoh and scourge of humankind when we acted out like disobedient children. The Lion Goddess Sekhmet … Continue reading

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Lust for Life – Iain Kelly #writephoto

Waiting for the last rose petal to fall, the end of summer and autumn announced, she could feel the urge rising within her again. Through the latticed window the blood red colour spoke to her. The sun would dip behind … Continue reading

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Woodsmoke and oranges – a visit to Haddon Hall

Parts I, II and III can be found by clicking the links. Haddon Hall in Derbyshire is one of the best-preserved Tudor country houses that remain. The history of the Hall goes back almost a thousand years, and for most … Continue reading

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