Daily Archives: December 19, 2018

The Beast ~ Michael #writephoto

The beast had always found it easier to stay beneath the lake. The risk of poking its head above was too great to contemplate nowadays. There were places more dangerous than others, like near the boat ramp where crowds gathered … Continue reading

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Reflections ~ Tina Stewart Brakebill #writephoto

a captured image contemplates the liberty of its reflection Reblogged from Tina Stewart Brakebill

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Dear Wen: Saltire…

Dear Wen… Yes, great to see ‘The Legend…’ making its way in the world. It looks fabulous, if I say so myself… I have remembered where the strange recipe like description came from. It was inspired by ‘Lights’. The one … Continue reading

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The Mind Tree

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
It’s little more than a hillock A green slope, with mist Until the sky rips open And something unseen Reaches down To ink a drawing of The possible Then mind, seizing itself Creates the…

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You and Me ~ Balroop Singh #writephoto

Reflections reflect you and me Together for ages yet apart We stand here Our thirst unquenched. Visitors come and go Admire our vicinity to each other Some capture us on the canvas Of their minds Continue reading at Emotional Shadows

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The Tale Of The Cursed Hat

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A festive short story written by Lucy Brazier and performed by the brilliant Paul Butterworth ? ? PorterGirl – the perfect Christmas gift! AMAZON UK AMAZON US

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Being Beyond Seeing…

* One of the ‘hardy perennials’ on many of our workshops is the thorny problem of intent. Thorny because much of what we now see may not have been originally intended by the erstwhile perpetrator or perpetrators, yet some of … Continue reading

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What Lies Beneath ~ Ken Gierke #writephoto

What Lies Beneath Consider a reflection. What is hidden cannot be measured. There is a depth that must be experienced. The full weight is not borne by one limb. Continue reading at rivrvlogr

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Ani’s Advent Calendar 2018! Eating snow with Jo Pinto

I’ve eaten a fair bit of snow in my time. Granted, it is usually attached to a ball…’cause if you get the ball rolling juust right, it can pick up loads of the stuff! It’s a good game… though some … Continue reading

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Ars Geometrica… Stuart France

* ‘The alchemists disagreed on just about every aspect of the Great Work, except one: that it is impossible to succeed without the secret.’ – Patrick Harpur. * I am reminded of ‘The Riddle of the Elements.’ The Ancient Greek … Continue reading

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