Daily Archives: February 5, 2019

Never-Ending Patterns ~ Jo Hawk #writephoto

I walk the garden paths, remembering the lady who walked the paths one fateful day. Resplendent patterns, engraved upon my mind, recall the blowing daffodils and bright blue squills. I see her stiff brocaded gown, her powdered hair, her jeweled … Continue reading

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Memories and Moments ~ Balroop Singh #writephoto

Our favorite meeting place Where we found solace, Love still blooms there With fragrance and care. Breezy silence of your eyes That could stir the skies, When our dreams took flight Spring sang with delight. Continue reading at Emotional Shadows

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Artists and Their Love of Work ~ David Rogers

Reblogged from David Rogers: To the Artist Work Is Not an Obstacle, but a Gift Artists have about fifty qualities that fit perfectly together to make them best suited to be artists rather than engaging in other occupations. One of … Continue reading

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Eating Our Own

Originally posted on BART Station Bard:
I think the saddest thing is, as people are dying, fighting their way across the world to get themselves and their children away from unbearable situations, that we in the First World, unsure of…

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Fragrance ~ Roberta Eaton #writephoto

The strong fragrance reminded her of her grandmother. The garden overflowed with lavender bushes, their purple flowers surrounded by bees. They moved lithely from one flower head to another, foraging the nectar efficiently to take back to their hives. Nettie … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Edible…

Dear Don, You can’t help seeing the artistry in these sites, can you? Or at least not once you realise that the landscape itself is incorporated into an image so vast it mirrors the scope of the human heart. Anu … Continue reading

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Fragrant ~ Anita Dawes #writephoto

My grandmother always told me that Grey House is not a house of ghosts. That there is nothing there but the smell the dead leave behind. People leave their comments in the visitor’s book, telling of the scents they picked … Continue reading

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Into the Deep…

* …Shiduri, the tavern keeper, sat, at the edge of the Great Ocean, her golden brewing-vat resting by her side. * Gilgamesh, whose heart was still full of anguish, strode toward her… * ‘This desperate man must be a murderer,’ … Continue reading

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Bone Age… Stuart France

* Three skulls. Three lives. Three deaths. * One life for the minerals, substance of earth. One life for the flowers, blossom of soul. One life for the animals, projection of dream. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Peace #midnighthaiku

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