Daily Archives: May 14, 2018

Changed – The Dark Netizen #writephoto

He surveyed the area from atop his vehicle. Even though he had never seen it from this height before, it still looked as gorgeous as he remembered. The lush greenery that exhibited all the shades of green that one could … Continue reading

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Fallen – Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

Stone crumbles, stars fall. Time worships no deity, kneeling to nothing. Knowing not emotion or mortality, it proceeds. Reblogged from Two an a Rant

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Book launch! The Yak Guy Project by C. S Boyack

Thanks for having me over today, Sue. I’m here to talk about my newest novel, The Yak Guy Project. This is the tale of a deplorable young man who is given a second chance at life. His journey is hard, … Continue reading

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Game of Stones – Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

With a spring in my steps, and a song on my lips, I I hoisted my bag on my shoulders and set out towards the home of the love of my life. I was finally going to meet her parents … Continue reading

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The Faerie Changeling Phenomenon – Neil Rushton

Reblogged from deadbutdreaming: “Come away, O human child. To the waters and the wild, With a faerie hand in hand, For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.” WB Yeats, The Stolen Child The Phenomenon The worldwide … Continue reading

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Movement – Reena Saxena #writephoto

Being rooted is wonderful. It gives a sense of belonging. Being strongly rooted is claustrophobic. It obstructs movement. The weight of my ingrained beliefs and thinking models do not help much. The vegetation around me is immobile too, except that … Continue reading

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Robotic carers? What next? #carersweek

“Robots to look after elderly in care homes…” That was the only bit of the headline that I saw as I dived out of the shop this morning on my way to work. As a carer. Granted, the implication was … Continue reading

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A Voice Called Can’t… Stuart France

* It had already been a long, sticky, drive… We had finished up our ‘rekkie’ just after One Bell when Wen finally pointed the aerodynamic nose of the Green Goddess towards Avebury… The heat in the day showed no signs … Continue reading

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Dreaming #midnighthaiku

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