Daily Archives: October 31, 2018

Can’t see the wood for the trees ~ Suzanne #writephoto

-what follows is an entirely personal ramble – Unable to see the wood for the trees I stumble about in the forest of undoing. No pathway is clear. Everything I read tells me these feelings of inertia, fatigue and general … Continue reading

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Way-stone ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

When we first moved to Uxbridge, the woman who sold us our house drove us around and the first thing she brought us to see was the Uxbridge Way-Stone. Erected and etched in the early 1600s, it was part of … Continue reading

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As noble knights by sanctity embraced, Stories traced upon a silent tomb Emblazoned and caparisoned In semblance of history Laid to rest in glory. Truth not writ in stone, Death corrupted Serving life Enslaved. False. Fake. Worthless, Ego-wrought, Mere trumpery. … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Judgment & Opening to Love ~ Debbie Roth #writephoto

Today, I’m present to really letting go from the last few weeks. As many of you know, I moved and then went on a 3 week trip to Israel and Italy. Coming back to my new place has been quite … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Devil’s Drop…

Dear Don, Sorry about the inbox…I don’t think it should be too bad this time. I didn’t think it would be a great idea to completely fill it while you’ve been unwell. Hope you are back on your feet and … Continue reading

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Memorial lost ~ Frank J. Tassone #writephoto

Whose life, so memorialized, and then so forgotten? A moss-covered cross upon a lichen-stained pedestal, erected in a clearing of ancient oaks. The overcast sky piering between spindley branches says nothing. The thinning grass utters not a word. Who could … Continue reading

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The wind was bitter… the first flakes of snow mingled with the rain as we crossed the ridge. It would be a long, cold night, in spite of the flame that burned on the western horizon as the sun sank … Continue reading

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Trial by Fire and Water… Stuart France

* It was five years ago that we last attended and actually got to see the  Fire Festival. On that day too the rain had poured steadily all day and many a lake-like puddle lay in wait for us on … Continue reading

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Solitaire #midnighthaiku

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