Daily Archives: August 4, 2018

Beware the “Spiritual” Cult Syndrome

Originally posted on The Light Behind the Story:
We’ve all heard about the dangers of gangs and cults, but it is alarming how prevalent and insidious the cult-like syndrome is. I’m writing this post because I have fallen prey to…

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The Path Less Traveled ~ Fandango #writephoto

“Are you unhappy in our relationship?” Dora asked Dwayne. Dwayne looked at his fiancé. “Why would you ask me that?” “I see you sitting there staring off into space and I recognize the expression on your face,” Dora said. “Oh … Continue reading

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Track ~ Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Life has a way of giving us options at every turn. Decisions always have to be made. Sometimes the simplest choice is the hardest to make. Nature’s track Intended for you Follow it Continue reading at But I Smile Anyway

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Guest author: Ann Chiappetta ~ The Wedding

Cass grabbed a sweater from the closet and sighed with relief. Everything was taken care of; the kids were settled and her sister in-law, Linda, had the phone numbers, insurance cards and bedtime instructions for the evening. Liz waited in … Continue reading

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Track ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

“This way.” “Are you sure?” Merle was pointing down a dry stream bed with his walking staff. Or perhaps “up the stream bed”, since the direction went against the flow of water. The path looked torturous and I couldn’t imagine … Continue reading

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My cynical use of enjambement ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: When I wrote about the Anaphora Controversy it brought back memories of other arguments within our community, and I can still see the face of Silhat Wheelbroom when he realised what I’d done. But still I … Continue reading

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Track ~ Lady Lee #writephoto

Branches slapping, falling leaves kiss Earthy air, wind whistling, such bliss My feet shuffling through detritus Sun-dappled, shady, spillway Pine needles and cones on my way Continue reading at Lady Lee Manila

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A Thousand Miles of History XVII: The Green Chapel…

Beneath the flower-strewn lawns of Carn Euny is a mysterious passage known as a fougou, which comes from the old Cornish word for ‘cave’. There are many theories about why they were built, but no definitive evidence. According to the … Continue reading

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Descriptions … Stuart France

* Two singular stones, And one duality… * Yet, tantalisingly, there are lots of other stones, seemingly strewn, and lumps, and bumps, and cavaties, Continue reading at Stuart France

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Seeding #midnighthaiku

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