Daily Archives: April 10, 2019

Threshold, whiskey galore? ~ Christine Mallaband-Brown #writephoto

‘Well it was like this officer’ she said, ‘we were down on the beach and saw the cave’. She sneezed, the cold was getting into her bones ‘ it reminded me of the film “whiskey galore” based on the book … Continue reading

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My Vibrating Vertebrae

Originally posted on Author Kevin Cooper:
We all have dreams, loves and hopes; but what if you are a girl growing up in 20th century Northern Ireland before, during and after the ‘Troubles’?From the poetic thoughts of our Mother, we…

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Revealed ~ Deborah #writephoto

nature’s heart revealed from within the cave’s darkness a threshold for life Reblogged from A Wise Woman’s Journey

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Edward and Eleanor: a royal love story set in stone ~ Alli Templeton

Reblogged from Medieval Wanderings: A royal wedding in medieval times was all about sealing alliances and striking political deals, so emotional entanglements didn’t usually enter the equation. Consequently, it was common for husbands in royal and elite circles to play … Continue reading

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The Annual Bloggers Bash Awards 2019 Vote is LIVE!

The voting is open for the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards 2019… Once again, the Daily Echo was nominated, alongside a wonderful collection of blogs across the categories. Do pop over to cast your votes… and click on the names of … Continue reading

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Threshold ~ Jewel Ingalls #writephoto

I know there’s warmth on the other side. Sunshine and a breeze moving the clean ocean air. I can smell the salt and the earth from where I am, but it’s a stale, mustier version. Where I am is dark, … Continue reading

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Field of Sheaves: Finding…

* …But first to the finding, which was not easy and which though I am utterly loathe to admit it, was down to Wen. I should have known then. Turning up on my patch and finding things! Still I suppose … Continue reading

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Eventide ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

The spring sun has been warm today, warm enough to bring bathers into the cove. Most have left now that evening is drawing the bright colours and the glitter from the air. A couple are still here, enlaced, oblivious of … Continue reading

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Grace

Grace A gift Once given Never fading Waxing and waning On tides of awareness Veiled by waves of pain and fear Calm haven within the whirlpool A place of peace estranged from madness Waits where stillness reigns in inner silence … Continue reading

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Order #midnighthaiku

Order and chaos Seeking to define purpose Which is the master

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