Daily Archives: July 10, 2018

Crossing ~ Michael #writephoto

Reblogged from Morpeth Road: Dareyadareyadareya! It echoed across the bridge. “What do you think?” asked one to the other. “Instant death,” said the other. They hid behind the stones on one end peeping the occasional look to see if any … Continue reading

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What’s On the Menu? Apparently, Me! ~ G. Michael Vasey

Gary’s view of our meeting this weekend… I have been asked many times ‘What is Magic?’ It’s a tough question to answer. This weekend though, I think I experienced all aspects of magic. There was the magic of a friendship … Continue reading

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How Could I Know? ~ Carolyn Dennis-Willingham #writephoto

Reblogged from Author Flawed to Perfection: If you stay on one side and I the other how will I know the color of your eyes what tune your voice plays when your words lilt into the air? How will I know … Continue reading

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‘When will we three meet again…?’

My friend had a bit of a nightmare getting to my village from the Czech Republic, what with delayed planes, a broken Underground and a lack of taxis at the very last hurdle…but arrive he did, in the early hours … Continue reading

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The Arrow and its Mark ~ Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

Reblogged from Wallie’s Wentletrap: The Arrow and its Mark She leaned on her elbows. It was a warm bright day with a cool wind ghosting the tops of the trees. The water was blue under the sky. For a long … Continue reading

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No Worries ~ A Jack Lockwood story from Geoffrey D. West

Reblogged from the Jack Lockwood Diaries: A chainsaw is a marvellous tool – or as my adopted Australian friends would call it ‘A bonza bit of gear’. It can slice through huge tree trunks like butter, and let me tell … Continue reading

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By the crossing ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

Reblogged from iain Kelly: He sits and paints. I look around the room. There are hundreds of paintings. They all show the same bridge. Sometimes in sunshine, sometimes in rain, sometimes covered in snow. Sometimes the water underneath runs high, … Continue reading

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The Giant and the Sun – The one with the magician…

Our penultimate church was in Batcombe… these days a small and straggling hamlet, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. There has been a church on the site of St Mary Magdalene for nigh a thousand years and very possibly more. … Continue reading

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Hackpen Hill… Stuart France

* Even our ‘elusive barrow’ was bigger than we expected. We couldn’t help being reminded of the Fairy Mine. * * And we would have got a lot closer still but for the seven-foot-tall stinging nettles. Continue reading at Stuart … Continue reading

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damsel #midnighthaiku

Summer visitor Ephemeral transient Sharing beauty’s gift

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