Daily Archives: June 25, 2018

Wings – Willow Willers #writephoto

The wind in my feathers, I rise My sharp eyes see eternity Making my way into grey skies. Like my soul I fly free. The land spreads beneath From mountains to beach Continue reading at willowdot21

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Wings – pensitivity #writephoto

I hear you: That’s not the wind But the brushing of your wings Against the sky. I have learned my lesson And will wait Until you fly by. Continue reading at pensitivity101

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Guest post: Jim Webster – A Measured Response… Episode 6

Benor is back! I know, I know they always say, start with a big hit. Except Benor’s never really gone away, I’ve just not published any stories about him since April 2017. Yes I admit it’s too long, but if … Continue reading

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Icarus – Museless Thoughts #writephoto

Note: This poem was originally published as a part of my 10/10-collection. Read it here. Icarus These wings, they are mine. They make me, me, they break me free. Continue reading at Museless Thoughts

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The old chapel of Kilvaree – Jo Woolf

Reblogged from The Hazel Tree: Towards the bottom of the Craignish peninsula, but not quite at the tip of it, lies an old ruined chapel. Rather confusingly, it bears several names, including Kirkton, Kilvaree, Kilmolroy, and Kilmory.  While the first … Continue reading

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#writephoto – “Wings” – Lady Lee

as it wings its way as graceful as a dancer with the wind blowing Continue reading at Lady Lee Manila

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A thousand miles of history II – The Templar Head

Heading towards the location of our weekend workshop, we had found a route south that avoided the inevitable delays around Stonehenge. Traffic passing the great circle is always slow, although it does give you a chance to see the stones, … Continue reading

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Mists #midnighthaiku

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