Daily Archives: January 14, 2018

Crow – Elizabeth #writephoto

cawing voices upon the treetops announcing mystery and magic fascinating creatures Source: Tea and Paper

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Crow Games – Pamela Morse #writephoto

Our position has been discovered by the crows Someone left a shiny piece of aluminum foil On the ground next to the campfire last night This morning we are surrounded by the curiosity Of these black inspectors who went through … Continue reading

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Guest author: C. S. Boyack – The Hat, an excerpt from a new novella

Sue, I really appreciate the chance to visit your blog once again. You’re sure welcome over at my place any time you need it. In most blog tours it’s kind of traditional to provide an excerpt of some kind. I … Continue reading

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Crow – Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

“One for sorrow – two for joy. Two, two, come on I need two… Oh Jeez, Joey, this isn’t a good sign.” Ken was looking frantically around the park. “What are you going on about bruv?” Joey took his shades … Continue reading

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Recognition

Hand of man or god Shaping visions of Eden Where earth touches sky Here I recognise heaven Within the land of my heart

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The Black Coat – Juhu – #writephoto

And the wise crow cawed louder, “Night gathers, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall take no wife, hold no lands, father no children. I shall wear no crowns and win no glory. I shall … Continue reading

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20/20 vision

“Hindsight,” wrote my friend, “has twenty-twenty vision.” It always seems that way, when we think back to what we could have, should have said or done. The witty retort, the other alternative…the thing we did not think of at the … Continue reading

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