Daily Archives: September 12, 2018

Asya Speaks Out ~ Notes to Women #writephoto

Photo by Sue Vincent The magnificent view of the snow-capped mountains and surrounding beautiful landscape which usually filled Asya with peace failed to do so this morning.   There was political uncertainty in Sweden as the anti-immigrant party made historic gains … Continue reading

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FREE? … Well perhaps a little piece of your soul will suffice…

Originally posted on Maxpower's Blog:
Last night while you all slept safely in your beds, oblivious to the secrets that lie in wait in the darkness of the night, little did you know that plans were well underway to…

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Change of Seasons ~ Dnyanada Kulkarni #writephoto

Barren, bare and cold The winter claims the land The trees stand like bony fingers Roads sprinkled with white sand Dull sun and dark moon Slippery road and icy chute Frozen lakes and white roofs Muffled birds and mountains mute … Continue reading

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Guest author: Robbie Cheadle ~ Churchill’s War Rooms

Background World War II was the first time in its history that Britain faced a concentrated threat from the air. This aerial threat necessitated some discussion about how the British government would run the impending war and from where. Initially, … Continue reading

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Turning ~ Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

I watch as summer fades to past, and autumn shows her face, and yet, as autumn colors Earth, winter comes so fast. No more warmth, nor sunny days, snow white mountains fill the sky; gold and red do fade away, … Continue reading

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America’s Stonehenge : A Hill Filled with Mysteries-Part 1 ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: It had been four years and five months since I visited Mystery Hill in Salem, NH with my family to see America’s Stonehenge. In the time between my two visits, I would make three trips to … Continue reading

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The Far Elsewhere ~ Kerfe #writephoto

Defined by what it is not– every particle of light silent, startling. A journey neither up nor down, neither here nor there– defined by what it is not. Continue reading at methodtwomadness

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXX: Seeking sanity…

For once we had the forethought to ask the lady in the church for directions to our next port of call…the Holy Well in St Cleer. After our almost accidental visit to the Holy Well at Madron that morning, we … Continue reading

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Black and White… Stuart France

* …Mother said, “The spiral patterns on the gate don’t mean anything, dear, they’re just decoration.” If life is a search for meaning then it would be as well to point out from the start that there is none to … Continue reading

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Castles #midnighthaiku

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