Daily Archives: January 14, 2019

Inside the Tomb ~ Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

She knew of no other way to get the message to him but to sneak inside the tomb and leave it there. A red rose would signal it was definitely from her. Waiting for the dark of night, she crept … Continue reading

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Love and Honour ~ Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

I gently placed a red rose upon the grave of my love, and grieved, alone, as was my destiny. I had never known a knight more valiant, or more gallant, than Sir George. MY Sir George. The very first time … Continue reading

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Can one be too economical? ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: It is a question I encourage my patrons to ask themselves. Oh I’m not promoting boundless extravagance. Obviously liberality is to be encouraged when it comes to paying poets but, for example, I … Continue reading

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Honour ~ The Dark Netizen #writephoto

  Upon My Honour, I Shall Finish The Great War, And Return To You… Reblogged from The Dark Netizen

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Kenneth L. Decroo is Bicycling from San Francisco to L.A. …

Reblogged from Kenneth L. Decroo, Author of Almost Human and becoming Human, who blogs at Baja Moto Quest: I’m Bicycling from San Francisco to L.A. to Raise Money for the Arthritis Foundation On September 18, 2018, I was diagnosed with … Continue reading

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Hebrew Letter – Yod * The worlds of Trade and Ideas have finally made it to the Car-Boot! From its tired tarmac the momentous march of modern minds has turned its grubby gaze to the Beyond. But how will they … Continue reading

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Man of Honour ~ Bobby Fairfield #writephoto

I had never been to St. julians in Bardington. It was a red sandstone parish church with what appeared to be a tower which may have dated from Norman times. I entered the church and was immediately struck by the … Continue reading

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Notes from a small dog… Making friends

She’d been out for ages, and when she finally came home I was really glad to see her. Sometimes I worry that she won’t come back, though she has never left me too long on my own. I have my … Continue reading

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Bardic Study – Waltz of the New Moon… Stuart France

* Another one of Robin’s early efforts. When invoking the  Bardic Spirit  there  are not  too many candidates around, unfortunately… For a spell this was my all time favourite song ever, if only for its helter skelter whirl of minor … Continue reading

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