Daily Archives: December 24, 2018

Dragon Sunset ~ Ken Gierke #writephoto

Dragon Sunset As dark massive spikes towered From the spine of the great beast, Earth rumbled at its power, A monstrous bellow released. In legends of the ages, That disastrous call brought tears. Tales of its mighty rages Echoing, still, … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve…

There is a story on the radio… some ghostly tale or other. I never really understood why we tell ghost stories at Christmas. I know it is traditional, but I was never sure how far back it went. I’d done … Continue reading

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Slouching Towards Bethlehem

Originally posted on Jim Webster:
There are a lot of Christmas traditions about. Some are long lasting, some almost transient. A friend of mine used to be in the catering/retail trade and one year, calling in the wholesalers just before…

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Cant and Greta

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
Between the Cant and the Greta rivers there is a castle. In it lived a great chief, a warlord who was a King in his own right. His name was Bernard Maltravers and his…

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Seeds of Sound…

* Our Words of Truth with their intents… EARTH – to become aesthetically aware… CALM – to affirm in admiration…   Continue reading at The Silent Eye

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Setting ~ Bobby Fairfield #writephoto

And all those gathered on the Plain of Saarkand breathed a sigh of relief as one. For as they looked to the East, the first rays of the New Sun arose over the hill that was called The Old Maid’s … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Calendar 2018! Paws for thought…

Do you know how many of the four-legs I have met since I’ve been blogging have come from rescues? You’ve got to admit, they are all intelligent and interesting creatures….even the cats. Noelle’s Garfield, for a start, though it pains … Continue reading

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Ars Geometrica: Great Work… Stuart France

* …Not that we were going to let that stop us. The next two leaves of the book can be taken together and it was these entries more than any others perhaps which gave us inkling that the book may … Continue reading

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Purification #midnighthaiku

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