Daily Archives: September 18, 2018

Forthcoming events with The Silent Eye…

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
Full Circle?  – Finding the way home… Penrith, Cumbria Friday 7th – Sunday 9th December, 2018 ? Home. It is an evocative word. The images it conjures are different for each of us, yet…

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Originally posted on Blogternator:
(Copyright: Sue Vincent) This was one location beyond both intrusion and inclination of even the most intrepid mortgage foreclosing agency.  Dilapidated, desolate and decrepit, the cold, damp and isolated stone structure reared its ugly head at…

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Originally posted on Iain Kelly:
‘Years since anyone has lived here.’ The cobwebs and thick carpet of dust, moss and dirt reinforced Daisy’s words. Wind blew in through broken windows, daylight entered where once the roof had blocked its path.…

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The Grayland

Originally posted on Powered by Robots:
© Sue Vincent At first Alise Egan thought she had been trapped in a cursed painting of herself facing an ocean wave, but then she realized it was an interdimensional gateway to another reality.…

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Sometimes one has to cheat ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: I have previously mentioned Gisset, clerk of works to Tildus Thallawell. I would rate him as perhaps the best organised man in Port Naain. But occasionally even he needs the help only a poet can give … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Schoolroom and Guildhall ~ S. C. Skillman

Reblogged from S. C. Skillman: A thousand times the worse, to want thy light. Love goes toward love, as schoolboys from their books, But love from love, toward school with heavy looks. Romeo and Juliet    Whether or not this … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXXV: The smallest of churches

We were up bright and early for the final day of our journey home. We drove once more to Cerne Abbas, finding the village almost deserted and the church just being opened by the old gentleman who is the Keeper … Continue reading

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Feeling True… Stuart France

…Her hand crept to the feather at her throat. Her gift from the gods. The colour of flame. She had strayed from the path. Seeking silence. Preparing herself for what was to come. The great bird had wheeled overhead. Soaring … Continue reading

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