Daily Archives: November 5, 2018

Stark ~ Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

Light Across Barren lands Empty branches Reaching for the sky Morning rises to meet Continue reading at Night Owl Poetry

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Bare looks ~ Deepa #writephoto

to the men who grope the breast of women in trains and buses in the crowd and lonely spots hey, Continue reading at Sync with Deep

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Living Lore: Teagan Geneviene ~ Superstitions You Might Find in Atonement Tennessee

Sue, thank you so very much for hosting me today. I’m delighted that you wanted to talk about old superstitions. The first writing advice I heard was something I took to heart ― Write what you know. When I wrote … Continue reading

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Spirit Journey ~ Jo Hawk #writephoto

The sudden wind tugged my braid, forcing me to look across the mesa. Where had I been that I did not notice the darkening sky, the gathering clouds or the falling rain in the distance? My thoughts swirled in my … Continue reading

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Cusp of the Moon: Young lion…

* …It was not long before Aggafdu, Prince of Annwn, got to hear about the marvellous sun shoes of Sow Hill: “You must bring me a pair of blue and gold shoes from the master cobblers of Sow Hill,” he … Continue reading

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Pearl Barley And The Mystery Of The Warl Line ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Pearl Barley stumbled and squealed. She had the oddest sensation of being pulled back in two places: her head and her arm. The Deacon moved alongside her.  ‘Don’t cross over until you’re covered.’ ‘Too bloody right, girl,’ said her hair … Continue reading

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Starting small…

“…grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change…” Alert and tense, ready for any stumble, I watched him cross the living room, slowly, painstakingly, supported by the walking frame. He does it every day, and so do … Continue reading

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The Marsh King’s Daughter… Stuart France

‘…Hi-ho the Carrion Crow, Fol-de-rol-de riddle…’ * Although the second longest of Anderson’s Fairy Tales, The Marsh King’s Daughter is relatively little known and perhaps, even, considered to be one of his ‘lesser’ tales. It is a huge, sprawling epic … Continue reading

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Lines #midnighthaiku

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