Daily Archives: December 25, 2018

Setting ~ Lady Lee Manila #writephoto

The floating orb hovered over The painting above the fireplace My heart overflows with such awe Every time I look at the view The sun yonder on the hilltop The floating orb hovered over Against an orange sky background Standing … Continue reading

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The Elusive Target ~ Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

I lie down at the edge of a small cliff, and look at the valley below me, spreading like the sea for as far as the eye can see. I’ve selected this place extremely carefully. It allows me to stay … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Thunder-Stone…

Dear Wen … Sol invictus… the Mithraea certainly constitute mystery temples or should that be templa mysteriorum? My Latin is not up to much… Can you imagine being presented with the Leon Cephalus from last time in the heightened atmosphere of … Continue reading

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Orange Kisses ~ Ponnz #writephoto

Lodging beneath the hills The Sun waved its bye Splashing orange kisses to the stones and sky Continue reading at The Swan Song

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Mutt, dining with friends

Originally posted on Tallis Steelyard:
I have often wondered whether it is possible for us to do without bureaucracy. Some will tell you that we need a bureaucracy because it supplies the underpinnings of civilisation and without it; we would…

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The Killing Of Christmas~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Sergeant Crimpson wiped his eyes. This year he’d get the Son of a … Sure he knew he’d not be popular but defending the homeland against foreign invaders had been his life’s work and he’d been successful, one hundred damn … Continue reading

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Christmas past…

When I was small, my mother received a Christmas card that she loved. It showed simple silhouettes, in red white and gold, of a lion laid down with a lamb. The majestic strength of the lion held the vulnerable lamb, … Continue reading

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Setting ~ Hélène Vaillant #writephoto

  golden angel dust elevating enchantment peacefully setting Reblogged from Willow Poetry

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Ani’s Advent Calendar 2018! A place in her heart…

Long, long ago, my kin began to tell stories, passing down the history of our kind from dam to pup. This is the Long Memory of our kind. Your kind have it too, but more and more, you forget how … Continue reading

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Has He Been? Stuart France

Reblogged from Stuart France

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