Daily Archives: October 10, 2018

Winter Souvenirs ~ Kim M. Russell #writephoto

below ever-changing blues ruffled by winds’ blow the ebb and flow of translucent water embraces islets Continue reading at Writing in North Norfolk

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Faraway ~ Christine Bolton #writephoto

Faraway in my dreams You wait for me here We kiss in sunlight and then you disappear You come and go whenever I wish Never staying long Swimming away like a fish Continue reading at Poetry for Healing

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Imagine a Woman

Originally posted on Purplerays:
? ? Imagine a Woman Imagine a woman who believes it is right and good she is a woman. A woman who honors her experience and tells her stories. Who refuses to carry the sins of…

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The Rat in the Python #Fifties #Memoirs #Humour

Reblogged from Judith Barrow: Many of you will have enjoyed Trish’s writing here before. She is one of my many talented students that I’m privileged to tutor each week. Hope you equally relish this dip into the past. For some … Continue reading

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Faraway ~ Hélène Vaillant #writephoto

Evening ablution ocean whispering secret faraway: mirage Reblogged from Willow Poetry

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Readers’ Letters – Why You Should Write One ~ Esther Newton

Reblogged from Esther at estherchiltonblog: Did you know that you can earn around £200 pounds a month from writing readers’ letters? They’re a form of writing that’s often dismissed, but they shouldn’t be ignored – whether you’re new to the … Continue reading

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Randolph the Waterhog ~ Michael #writephoto

Faraway and some fathoms deep lived Randolph the Waterhog. Waterhogs are an elusive sea creature inhabiting the shoals on a good day and the depths when they are pissed off. Bravery is only exercised when in the shoals, the Waterhog … Continue reading

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When smiles take flight

The day was perfect… a little cloud, a superb sunrise and clear, cold air. My eldest son and I were heading for a little village near Maidenhead where, in 1928 when the de Havilland family had bought nearly two hundred … Continue reading

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Green grow the rushes O’ II…

* …If Tee’s study was the hub of intelligence, then Miss Hunnyfludd’s office, which comprised no more than a hastily compromised ante-chamber to its plush superior, was the heart… Thomas Welch was currently making himself at home in the heart … Continue reading

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Gullible #midnighthaiku

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