Daily Archives: November 2, 2018

What the Storm Brings ~ James Pyles #writephoto

Tom Allen lived in his Dad’s old cabin five miles west of New Mexico State Highway 107 along about twenty miles south of Magdalena. The retired astronomer stepped out behind his place and put his left hands on the branch … Continue reading

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To blossom again ~ Reena Saxena  #writephoto

The chill in the air is symbolic of the underlying fear. The horizon will turn dark earlier than usual. The Sun may become a rare visitor. Who will uphold the truth? The starkness of branches is a reassurance. It represents … Continue reading

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Let’s talk…

“The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things…” At 17.00 every day, I like to publish a guest post, inviting other writers, bloggers, photographers and artists to share their work and their stories. The Daily Echo … Continue reading

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Haiku: Traveler ~ The Dark Netizen #writephoto

Lonely Traveler, Walks Stark Terrain. Never Found. Ground Claims Another… Reblogged from The Dark Netizen

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Dear Wen: Devil’s Drop…

Dear Wen, Yes, thank you, back up and about again now. I am fortunate enough to be able to enjoy my illnesses. Observing the rapid shrinkage of the ‘Body World’ and the necessary re-assessment of the challenges this brings is … Continue reading

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Stark ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

Her options were stark. Put up with things as they were, carry on coping with the mental abuse, the harsh words and those painful silences that could last for days. Or leave, home, give up her whole life and this … Continue reading

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Rock music ~ the sound of prehistory

Way back when the world was warm and the sun remembered to shine, our friend, Gary Vasey, came over from the Czech Republic for a weekend. It was to be our second meeting in the going-on-fifteen-years that we have been … Continue reading

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The Drums of Affliction… Stuart France

* When Nan died she became a mountain, I don’t know why and it seems churlish to ask. She suffers terribly, forcing her craggy cave of a mouth into the shapes that form words… It took Gramps a year and … Continue reading

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