Daily Archives: October 9, 2018

So Far Away ~ Fandango #writephoto

Connie had a far-away expression on her face as she stared out from the shore toward the ocean. She let out a sigh and began humming that old Carole King song, “So Far Away.” You’re so far away. Doesn’t anybody … Continue reading

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Faraway ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

Faraway Pink and blue The sky’s new hue Reflected in the sea Breezes set my soul free. Continue reading at willowdot21

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A chip off the old block? ~ Steve Tanham

We have a phrase in English; that someone is a ‘chip off the old block’. Its meaning is that someone of merit is continuing the ‘family’ tradition. I suppose it could also refer in a wider context to someone in … Continue reading

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Distance ~ Paula Light #writephoto

Everything That ever was Is still here In one form Or another; Continue reading at Light Motifs II

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An invitation to #writephoto regulars… Introduce yourselves!

There are a good many writers who participate regularly in the weekly writephoto writing challenge here on the Daily Echo. We read your work… poetry, fiction, memoirs… but often know very little else about you unless we can find out … Continue reading

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Faraway ~ Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

I long to be the rocks, bathing in the crystal sea; far away from the land I know, tis where I want to be. Graced with azure painted skies, and just a hint of pink; I sit upon the water’s … Continue reading

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The gift of memory

One of the things we take away from our weekend workshops are the memories. Faces, places, people, conversations and realisations, all combine to create a kaleidoscope of intangible souvenirs that find their own place in the hierarchy of memory. We … Continue reading

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Green grow the rushes O’…

* The Grand-Father Clock, tock…tock…tocked reassuringly in the corner of the oak panelled study. Through the window to one side the ancient time piece’s Big Brother could be discerned dominating the metropolitan sky-line… Tee, was wilfully oblivious of the time. … Continue reading

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Radiant #midnighthaiku

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