Daily Archives: April 6, 2019

Threshold ~ Lady Lee #writephoto

Is this the sanctuary of subtleties? The view from within a cave on the sea Sound of the waterfalls as we agree To the beach away from the troubled sea Shadowy entrances of other caves And across the bay from … Continue reading

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Threshold ~ Sadje #writephoto

Light at the end Standing at the threshold of darkness Staring into the light that is so bright How many thoughts cross your mind The eyes adjusting to the brightness of the day Then looking back trying to find the … Continue reading

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Costumes…

* “So what’s it all about, then?” “Oh, lots of things, like, duty and service, and honour, and love, and friendship, and devotion and good government, and bad…” “But ultimately?” “Ulitmately it’s about the need to balance polarity.” “Is that … Continue reading

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Sink Your Fangs Into War of Nytefall: Rivalry on Amazon! #fantasy #vampires #newrelease

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Clyde & the Dawn Fangs return to face a new enemy: The Vampire Queen! Cover Art by Alison Hunt Seeking the pleasure of revenge, an ancient rumor will reveal herself to be a deadly…

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Threshold ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

She couldn’t stay here for long the tide would turn in a few hours and she would be trapped. Strangely she had survived the previous night she had found a circular shaft in the cave. Although she had managed to … Continue reading

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The Shreiking Womb…

*   The Ulstermen were drinking in the house of Connavor’s Bard, Fedlimed mac Dall. Fedlimed’s wedd-woman, who happened to be full with child, was also in attendance. She passed round meat and drink and, when the house reached drunken … Continue reading

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Threshold ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

You stand upon the threshold of self when the eyes outside look inward past the outer and all its beauty and decay Light plays tricks with shadows until they are explored through the pathways of your own labyrinth, discovering you … Continue reading

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Elusive realities: The touch of the past..? II

Continuing from yesterday’s post: We had visited one of the more obscure sites in Derbyshire. It was one we did not know well, so  spending time with the stones, hidden away within a copse of trees, was something we felt … Continue reading

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Bent-Black-Sun-Day… Stuart France

  * “There is one thing that still troubles me,” said Wen who really seemed to have the ‘Rapunzel’ thing stuck in her craw. “Yaas,” said Don, in his most irritating drawl. “Shouldn’t the seasons be sisters?” “On what grounds?” … Continue reading

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Wealth #midnighthaiku

The smallest details Populating memory Everyday riches

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