Daily Archives: May 8, 2018

It’s a downhill – Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

Leaning against the parapet of her balcony, Angela placed her hands on the balustrade, her fingers running over the exquisitely carved animal figurines that etched onto the umpteen pillars that stood out like sentinels the entire length and breadth of … Continue reading

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Final Breath – Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

Stairs that wrap, disappear, out of sight Ghostly figures that haunt the night Dare not disturb this hallowed place Nor ascend the steps, once filled with grace Beware the guard who stands his ground Continue reading at Night Owl Poetry

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The Timble Witches – James Elkington

Reblogged from Walking with a Smacked Pentax: Timble is a tiny little village (or hamlet) about 6 miles from where I live – and it is famous for it’s witches (& the Timble Inn – an old friend but sadly now a … Continue reading

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Dream home – Jane Dougherty #writephoto

This photo, Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt, reminds me of a house we saw for sale just outside Bordeaux. It was a huge place, all Gothic arches, flying buttresses, crenellations, stained glass and vaulted ceilings…built in the 1970s.   The estate … Continue reading

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Common Folk – Cindy Knoke

Reblogged from Cindy Knoke: Are underrated. (Click and enlarge to see the tiny details). Continue reading at Cindy Knoke’s page

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An Orcadian Diary (1) Silent Guns

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
It ends beneath the ground; it always does. The bones of soldiers buried in fine ceremony, though the organic memory passed long before the corpse was glorified. Collective kindness crumpled by division in the…

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The View from Your Mind – Vivian Zems #writephoto

If you could be brave enough to see the promised land If you would lay down your defenses enough to let all others in If you could stay true to yourself; staying your hands from darkness – The heavens will … Continue reading

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Ship of Fools – a Sonnet for the Playwright …

“What’s that?” The gentleman standing beside me eyed the scroll in my hand. We had just completed the final ritual of Jewel in the Claw, the five-act workshop written by Steve and set in Elizabethan England. Steve had played Shakespeare… … Continue reading

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Shadows #midnighthaiku

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