Daily Archives: August 17, 2018

Guest author: Kevin Morris ~ Wild Flowers

“I perceive The flowers as I Pass by. Should I Grieve That they will die? I paused and smelt And felt Their slim stems that I Could so easily break. I chose not to take And did the blooms forsake, … Continue reading

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The clerk of works ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster aka Tallis Steelyard: There are people of impeccable good taste whose houses are symphonies of elegance and charm. Yet how many cases can you cite where the house is testimony to the good taste of a … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXV: Going in…

The church of St Sennen did not disappoint. It has a cosy feel; a still, silent haven from the elements and the constant motion of the sea. I wondered how many women had taken refuge here in prayer over the … Continue reading

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Proud Angel… Stuart France

* “The Peacock Angel fomented a rebellion among the Angels of Heaven, where he had been a leading light. * He declared that he would go and found a kingdom for himself. * Continue reading at Stuart France  

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Polarity #midnighthaiku

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