Daily Archives: March 14, 2018

Arch – Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

I stand at the edge of light and dark, wondering about tomorrow. Forward through the doorway, or waste away in comfort’s tomb? Source: Two on a Rant

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The Bibliophile – Suzanne #writephoto

Chloe surveyed the empty cloisters. Her job was done. All that remained now was to hand the key into the caretaker. Now that all the books and their shelving had been removed she could see the bare bones of the … Continue reading

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Still writing – Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: I thought I’d take a wee break from my self-imposed blogging and social media embargo to let everyone know I’m still here. I’ve really missed reading posts and being on Facebook, but have to admit … Continue reading

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Arch – Bob Fairfield #writephoto

Bare walls where once pictures gazed down and smiled content in their task, ransacked, the gospels in the glass now gone the sins of the world, through the arch revealed let in with the cold of despair Source: Bob Fairfield

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Aflame

There is a hidden flame I call it life, for want of wordless words To compass mystery. Burning every breath From spark to ember days, From ash to dust. And whether I rise phoenix-like Or must expire, I choose a … Continue reading

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Is there a way out of the doldrums? – kaykuala at Rainbow #writephoto

Image: What is There Beyond (here) Contemplating life’s challenges Quietly assessing and reviewing Is there a way out of the doldrums Looking outwardly is inspiring Archway an open book inviting Lamenting in the shadows sadly Continue reading at Rainbow

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About face…

“That,” I thought, looking at the author’s photograph, “is a really interesting face.” She wasn’t pretty, nor by any means young. The face was quite ‘lived in’ and had probably never been more than vaguely attractive by any conventional or … Continue reading

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