Daily Archives: September 14, 2018

Principles of Fire (6) A Tribe of Two ~ Steve Tanham

“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” Rumi Jalaluddin Rumi was a 12th century Sufi mystic, whose approach to the ‘real’ was remarkably … Continue reading

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The Luck of the Weissensteiners – a review ~ Christoph Fischer

Reblogged from Christoph Fischer: Books about life during the Third Reich used to be of 3 types: war stories, spy thrillers, or the tragic tales of the victims. In recent decades authors have begun tackling the portrayal of life for … Continue reading

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Spectre

Originally posted on Butterfly Sand:
“David, DAVID!!” A sleepy David came into the room, rubbing his eyes, “What?” “Where did you get this picture, WHERE?” The urgency in Angel’s voice brought David fully awake, “There was an old camera in…

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I cannot be an island

Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
Do I call it a fog or haze? It forms a barrier between my eyes and the world around me, but leaves a small part exposed. Does that object have a fog-proof veneer around it?…

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ghostly town

Originally posted on syncwithdeep:
sitting on the gory ground under the ghostly sky she played with hand grenade pins that resembled a dull green pineapple it was no fruit and empty shells it was deadly if the pin got pulled…

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXXII: An unexpected encounter…

We took to the backroads again, nodding to Drake’s statue as we passed through Tavistock once more and climbing up towards Dartmoor. On our way south, the mists had closed around us completely and we ha seen little more of … Continue reading

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Free Day II … Stuart France

* …Left alone in my room for long enough I thought I might discover how they did it, how they worked it. I thought I was being clever. Initially, I had suspected the lights, either the lights or the heating, … Continue reading

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Futility #midnighthaiku

Hopeful to the end Rivalling divine design Man mimics Nature Futility means little To overweening ego   For Colleen’s Poetry Challenge

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