Daily Archives: June 5, 2018

Conflagration – Lady Lee Manila #writephoto

While the fire is still burning And the city goes up in flames We see flickers in the moonlight Sneaking on the edge of dark The city in total chaos While the fire is still burning Silhouettes of people around … Continue reading

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Flight – Jane Dougherty #writephoto

They halted on the road because she was tired and the baby needed feeding. He looked back the way they had come nervously. There was only a line of low hills between them and the town. He’d have preferred a … Continue reading

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Guest author: D. G. Kaye – Aging and Changes: Maintaining the Privilege to Drive

  On May 10th my husband turned eighty years old. God bless him, he’s made of Teflon because he’s bounced back from many ongoing ailments, many times. Turning eighty in Canada also means, by law, that it’s time to get re-tested … Continue reading

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Authoritarian Crash

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
If, a decade ago, someone had described the present state of world power, politics and economics, I would have concluded that the picture painted was one of a dystopian fantasy. For example, I am a…

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Horizon On Fire – stoner on a rollercoaster #writephoto

Who set the horizon ablaze?? Like our souls weren’t seared enough already? Like regrets haven’t tried to torch our minds turning every fragment of our conscious into soft grey aches flying around us as we cover this dreadful transition between … Continue reading

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Storytelling With Children – Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from A Teacher’s Reflections: The reason storytelling has been a mainstay of communication for centuries goes far beyond imparting words to tell a story.  Words come to life when spoken aloud.  People have to listen, stretch their minds, and … Continue reading

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Yours for only £0.99 pence

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
From June the fifth until the twelfth, my achaeological adventure Race Against Time will only cost my readers in the UK £0.99 pence. Click on the above highlighted title in red, and use…

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End of the Day – Frank J. Tassone #writephoto

I can sip my burgundy and gaze at the last sunset. Let the impending thunderclouds gather. Let their first rumbles chill the hearts of others. I laugh from my lawn chair, enjoying the show as I savor every oak overtone … Continue reading

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Wilfully blind…

I may sit with my back to most of the house a lot, but I still have to do the housework. I can’t ignore it, even though I can’t necessarily see it. I know it is there and, if I … Continue reading

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Three o’Clock… Stuart France

* Rub two sticks together… By the fire produced Are the sticks consumed. Reblogged from Stuart France

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