Daily Archives: July 19, 2018

A Call For Guest Posts for the ULS, The Underground Library Society ~ Charles French

Reblogged from Charles French: Hello to everyone! I recently had an excellent guest post from Josh Gross, a wonderful blogger. I am sending out a request to anyone who would like to join the ULS, the Underground Library Society, and … Continue reading

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The Curious Monk – A Short Story ~ Lucy Brazier

Reblogged from Secret Diary of PorterGirl: Curiosity killed the cat, or so they say. What cat? Why a cat? Were any dogs ever seriously injured by curiosity? Could curiosity maim a fish? This rather eclectic train of thought belonged to … Continue reading

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Guest author: Gordon Le Pard ~ The Way Through the Woods

The Way through the Woods They shut the road through the wood, seventy years ago, The weather and the rain, Have undone it again, And now you would never know, There was once a road through the wood. Before they … Continue reading

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Ash Samara ~ Steve Tanham

➰ In the gold-washed glow on green Of July’s vivid evening blue I watch your spinning fall to earth ➰ Through softer air than day’s has been Your path to ground is freshly spoken Continue reading at Sun in Gemini

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Thursday photo prompt: Summit #writephoto

Every Thursday at noon GMT, I publish one of my photos as a writing prompt.  If you know where the photo was taken, please keep it to yourself until the challenge is closed and I usually share something about the … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up – Wishes #writephoto

* Beneath oak and ash The earth weeps for her children Healing springs flow clear Strangled at birth by our thanks Ignorance flutters gaily * The photo for last week’s prompt was taken on our recent trip to Cornwall, where, … Continue reading

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An Orcadian Diary (4): The Light of the North

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
? We could be in any of the great cathedral cities of Britain. If someone took off the blindfold and asked, we might say Salisbury, York, Lichfield or the wonders of Durham Cathedral. The…

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A Thousand Miles of History V: Into the mists …

I have always loved Dartmoor. It a place so rich in ancient remains that you could spend a lifetime exploring and never reach the end of it. There is a higher concentration of Bronze Age remains here than anywhere else… … Continue reading

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Dans Maen… Stuart France

* This kind of weather adds to the atmosphere of these places, and makes the sun big… * The Merry Maidens stone circle is another of those with an attendant legend…   Continue reading at Stuart France

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Gardening #midnighthaiku

Pure as driven snow A soul comes into being Unfurling its wings * Life is a garden Cultivating memories Seeds of wisdom sown Love is the fruit of living Revelation by design For Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday

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