Daily Archives: March 9, 2019

Tranquil ~ Sadje #writephoto

It looks tranquil, but who knows the dangers it hid Deceiving and ready to betray the trust, it stands silently A weary traveler stops by, sits under the shade and admires The serenity and the peace this place portrays to … Continue reading

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Determination

Originally posted on rivrvlogr:
Determination Do not draw the gate on this life, standing firm still in the winds of change, lives passing by, unknowing. Pride and determination build inner strength, the scars of time the sign of their healing.…

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Looking for the Perfect Picture Book for the Kids this Spring? ~ Bette A. Stevens

Reblogged from Bette A. Stevens: AMAZING MATILDA’s got you covered! One concern parents have is how to inspire their children to meet challenges with patience and persistence. This is the plot of the award-winning picture book, AMAZING MATILDA, A Monarchs … Continue reading

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Where You Are Is Peace ~ Crushed Caramel #writephoto

Take me with you to where you find peace Let me rest beside you within the forest’s shade Hide me away under the moon’s purple-pink rays I want to breathe in the cool calm and swallow it down Continue reading … Continue reading

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A scary story

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Ninety Degrees Albert stared in utter disbelief, he was sure he had seen a door out of the corner of his eye, and yet when he focused on the wall ahead of him…

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Wayland’s Smithy: A Temple of Trees & Stones Worthy of Reverence ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: There is an old road called the Ridgeway that connects Castle Hill to  Wayland’s Smithy. It’s a mile in length, and had we more time we would have walked it. The Ridgeway joins the land of … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives -#Family – My Mother’s Fairy Tales by Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: This is the second post from the archives of Jennie Fitzkee, who with a career as a pre-school teacher for over thirty years, has some inspiring posts that reinforce that the ability to read and books are … Continue reading

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Tranquil ~ Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Now many of you asked for a sequel to last week’s prompt… (did you read it? If not, click here!) I shall try, using this picture… Through the doorway, all I can see are bones. Or skeletons. Rooted to the … Continue reading

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The House that Fish Built: Chariots at Dawn…

* …King Grim-Gaze the slug-man struck the silver sceptre that was in his hand against the bronze pillar of his couch three times, and by the third stroke, the combatants had let drop their hands to their sides. “I restrain … Continue reading

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Tranquil ~ Di #writephoto

The pollutants in the water give the surrounding foliage a mystical glow. Who has ever heard of purple sands and violet trees with their indigo branches and orchid mauve leaves? All the colours of purple are apparent here, the softness … Continue reading

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