Daily Archives: June 26, 2018

The Clock – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

Were I the motion, hammer of the mind I should by motion my free thought express— And through the idle moments left in wind Would meter action to a timed distress. If in the beating of this burdened heart Could … Continue reading

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The Dance of Fire and Water II… Stuart France

‘In truth, it is certain and without doubt, that whatever is above tends toward that which is below… * * … And whatever is below tends toward that which is above, for the accomplishment of the One Perfected Thing…’ The … Continue reading

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Wings – Sisyphus #writephoto

A silent sweep above the early Summer moor, a flash of light, and she’s gone… I felt the soft flutter, an angel flew by me, clueless mortal, accident of organic chemistry… Reblogged from Of Glass and Paper

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Secret Dumfries – a new release from Mary Smith and Keith Kirk

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: Secret Dumfries has now hit the book shelves – well, it’s certainly on Amazon because I checked earlier and they’d already sold all but one copy. Photographer Keith Kirk and I have really enjoyed working … Continue reading

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Wings – Rosemary Carlson #writephoto

As she got older, she realized she would not get to fulfill all of her dreams. She sat at her desk, looking out the window at the glorious summer day. The birds were flying in and out of the feeding … Continue reading

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Thursday Photo Write – Wings #writephoto

Originally posted on Morpethroad:
The flapping of wings I could hear from the kitchen, and I thought it must be a bird in distress. But it wasn’t it was the three strangers* standing in my back yard, the gesticulator doing…

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Janice Spina interviews the Owl Lady, author Viv Drewa!

Reblogged from Jem’s Books, Janice Spina talks to Viv Drewa,  a great supporter of Indie authors and bloggers : VIV DREWA Please help me to welcome author Viv Drew to Jemsbooks Blog Interview an Author. It’s nice to see you, … Continue reading

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The Beelzebub – James Pyles #writephoto

Beelzebub – Found at weebly, pinterest, and multiple other sources – no available image credit Lethargy had come upon five-year-old Zooey so suddenly that she was hardly able to stand, and the mouse Sapplehenning was unconscious and barely breathing. Mandy was holding her sister close to … Continue reading

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A thousand miles of history III – A ring of life and death

We arrived in Dorchester with time enough for a coffee and a short wander before Helen’s train was due to arrive, after which we would be heading north a few miles to meet our companions for the workshop weekend. Window-shopping … Continue reading

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The Dance of Fire and Water… Stuart France

Circle – Sun – Spirit * … After satisfactorily explaining the nature of the Earthly Realm, The Alchemists turned their attentions to the stars… Crescent – Moon – Soul * To those heavenly bodies which seemingly ‘wandered’ across the fixed … Continue reading

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