Daily Archives: February 10, 2019

The Wall Creatures ~ Michael #writephoto

Within the walls of the long forgotten old castle, they found the sword buried in the wall as if put there by some ancient person to protect it from falling into the wrong hands. It had been a wise move, … Continue reading

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Blade ~ Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

A month away from Sue’s #writephoto prompt. I don’t know how I managed to stop myself from participating! But, service is more or less back to normal, and here is my take! A little silly humour… “I’m going to do … Continue reading

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Charles Bonnet Syndrome and the Faeries ~ Neil Rushton

Reblogged from Dead but Dreaming: I was recently interviewed by Simon Young for the Fairy Investigation Society. He wanted to explore my experiences brought on by the condition known as Charles Bonnet Syndrome, and how this might relate to an … Continue reading

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I Never Saw Another Butterfly, a poem written by the child, Pavel Freidman (short bio included), before he was murdered at Theresienstadt Concentration Camp

Originally posted on THE POET BY DAY:
Regular Sunday Announcements are in process and will post later today, but yesterday was International Holocaust Rememberence Day. I share the poem of a child imprisoned and murdered at Theresienstadt Concentration Camp. We…

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Mirror ~ Antonia Sara Zenkevitch #writephoto

Mirror; berobbed weapon scrying, warning, being wars of crimson in reflective turning locks of cloud and smoke in air flat-blade, Yet it was peace he sought in this crusade turning locks of cloud and smoke in air Continue reading at … Continue reading

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Sayings…

* ‘Those that work get bread.’ * A simple, straightforward enough equation, yet, in the outer world, where the idler often has ‘bread’ in far greater abundance than the worker, it is far from true… * In the outer world, … Continue reading

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Blade ~ Di #writephoto

Legend had it the owner of this sword would have riches and power beyond their wildest dreams. Had he not witnessed it first hand? Seen with his own eyes the glory and spoils of victory? Holding the blade aloft, he … Continue reading

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Wings and little things…

Wake up, walk dog, deal with the emails over coffee… head to work. My mind wanted to be anywhere other than focussed on the day ahead, and I allowed it to wander. I caught sight of a young man on … Continue reading

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Scryer of Time… Stuart France

* Scryer of Time. On sky weathered stone our accidental tourist  has stepped through long horned, shaggy coated, cattle to glean and ponder the sun in rippled grain: no shadow cast from this bright interior’s sheen the mountain top of … Continue reading

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Power failure #midnighthaiku

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