Daily Archives: April 16, 2018

#WritePhoto – Footprints -Ritu Bhathal

Don’t look back, that’s what they always say. Put your best foot forward. So I do. Forging on ahead with life, taking experiences and squeezing each drop of a lesson from them. Continue reading at But I Smile Anyway

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Desire for Family – Colline Kook-Chun #writephoto

I walked along the beach, leaving my shoe prints in the sand. Knowing that no-one would follow, I did not look back. The past was over and I had severed all ties. Even though it had been the ‘right thing … Continue reading

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The year the door opened – Marilyn Armstrong

Reblogged from Serendipity: I have often written that 1969 was my favorite year … and explained why. As a start, it was epic from a news viewpoint. Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in July 1969. I watched it. I had … Continue reading

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Time backwards – Reena Saxena #writephoto

I dropped a thought somewhere on the vast sands of Time. Was it a footprint to be tracked by someone in need of direction? Or someone mellowed? Or destined to be swept away by the hurricane that followed? Continue reading … Continue reading

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Turtle watching – Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: “Come quietly,” hissed the man with the flashlight. It was one o’clock on a moonless night and as we stumbled after him in the dark our feet sank in soft sand. The sight of the … Continue reading

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Beached – Suzanne #writephoto

Walking the beaches – a continuum through the years. Around me the muted grey greens of dune plants and stretches of blue sea/blue sky against a backdrop of sun bleached sand. Childhood holidays spent wandering beaches as a genderless, ageless … Continue reading

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Mixed feelings…

In November last year, Stuart and I paid a visit to one of our old haunts. The church of St Nicholas at Great Kimble, with its enigmatic Lady chapel by Ninian Comper, had played a pivotal role in our adventures … Continue reading

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Lion and Hare… Stuart France

* Lion lived in the forest. Lion was invincible and the sole champion of the forest. Whatever other creatures lived in the forest, Lion, killed and ate. * The animals of the forest came together and drew up a petition … Continue reading

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Voice #midnighthaiku

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