Daily Archives: April 2, 2019

Bright ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Note – this is a story based on the Seasons of Imagination cycle of stories plus the several later stories in the series. I was awakened by a bright, blinding light.  A strange, off-key hum filled the air.  Was my … Continue reading

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Sanctuary ~ Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

Our scientists had first caught the distress signal two weeks ago. All the investment in our Space Program, and decades of painful waiting while listening to the cribbing of the naysayers, it had all turned out to be worth it, … Continue reading

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Guest author: Frank Prem ~ A poet reads… II

Poet and author, Frank Prem, kindly agreed to be my guest. His first reading from Small Town Kid, was very well received and today he returns with a second recording, Devil in the Wind… Click the arrow to listen to … Continue reading

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International Childrens Book Day

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
Today is International Children’s Book Day. It is also Hans Christian Anderson’s birthday. The annual event is sponsored by the International Board on Books for Young People and has been celebrated since 1967. Each year…

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Too Bright ~ Luccia Gray #writephoto

Too Bright Bright sun conquers Earth Devouring every pigment Scared bluebells shiver **** This beautiful photograph reminds me of Dylan Thomas’ heartbreaking and powerful poem Sometimes the sky’s too bright. There are times when the light is too bright and … Continue reading

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Bull-Coyote…

* Coyote was going along… As usual he was ravenously hungry. He passed by Buffalo-Bull and noticed his size. ‘No lack of sustenance there,’ he reasoned. “Couldn’t you make me into a Bull?” asked Coyote. Buffalo-Bull ignored him. “If I … Continue reading

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Bright ~ Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

Spring had been getting stronger over the last few days, but today as I walked my foster dogs in the woods, I noticed that it officially had become. The birds were singing as they built their nests, there was green … Continue reading

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Reelig Tall Trees

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
The tallest trees in Britain are to be found in Scotland, a short distance from Inverness in a quiet valley that links the Moray Firth with the north-east shores of Loch Ness. Centred on…

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Joining the dots…

The waiting room was busy and the woman beside me said so… it was the opening gambit of one of those brief and revealing conversations that happen so often, where stranger speaks to stranger and they part as friends who … Continue reading

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Parsley and Partiality… Stuart France

* … “I’ve answered two of the questions,” smiles Wen. “You mean you’ve found solutions to two of the problems, and which would they be then?” “I know where the tower is situated.” “Ah, I thought you had the air … Continue reading

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