Daily Archives: March 30, 2019

Bright ~ Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

“Move your leaf!” “No, you move yours!” “Seriously, this is getting ridiculous. Will you both just be quiet and shuffle along a bit!” “It’s just not fair.” “Yeah, we found this spot first.” “We?! You mean I found it and … Continue reading

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Bright ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

Often we walked in those woods, you and me, when the bluebells shone, and the sky reminded us that Easter was close by. Today, the air is clear, the ground soft to our feet, as it was then. “What is … Continue reading

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Writing: The Whole Truth ~ Leslie Tate interviews D. G. Kaye

Reblogged from Leslie Tate: Debby Gies I interviewed Debby Gies about her memoirs written under the pen name D G Kaye, her book and travel blogs, and her work with online groups. Debby, who is a prolific author and blogger, … Continue reading

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Destiny ~ Tina Stewart Brakebill #writephoto

I’m not sure when I drifted off or what woke me. The birds? Or maybe the chill in the air? Whatever it was, it interrupted a great dream. We were dancing. Just like we did the night we met. I … Continue reading

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Shadowing ~ Reena Saxena #writephoto

blues washed away by sunny skies – yet green monsters raise such lovely shades emerald envy deceives us in bejewelled predominance shadowing true happiness Reblogged from  Reena Saxena

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Growing old disgracefully…

Yesterday, I shared a poem about my great grandmother. Today would have been her two hundred and fifty fourth birthday and her cake would be a fire hazard. She would have been a hundred and twenty seven years old… and … Continue reading

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Keys to the House of Don… Stuart France

…“I do have my reputation as an I.M.O.M to consider.” “An I.M.O.M?” “An International Man of Mystery. And there, if you only knew it, is the first key.” “Which is?” Don reaches ‘blind’ behind his head and extracts from the … Continue reading

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Shift #midnigthaiku

Lift your eyes from earth Seek a unique perspective Learn to know your Self

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