Daily Archives: May 8, 2019

Monochrome ~ Lady Lee #writephoto

The Da Vinci Road is where we have our shack Trees surrounding our house of white and black A beam laid along the ridge of the roof This ancestral house is not weatherproof Such a great sight, wish memories to … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: Dawn and Seven Radiances ~ Willow Willers

Willow continues her personal account of the Lord of the Deep weekend: The morning of the first full day of The Silent Eye Workshop had not yet dawned. I had slept well, “If I had dreamt I did not recall” … Continue reading

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Timber House ~ Anneberly Andrews #writephoto

After searching the main level of the house and the backyard for my mother, I made my way down into the basement where she had built a dark room so that she could develop the photographs she was taking. The … Continue reading

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The Quest for Immortality: Dreams… Stuart France

* When the people of Uruk rebel against the tyranny of Gilgamesh, they petition the Gods… * Hearing their plea the Goddess, Aruru, fashions the twin of Gilgamesh from the clay of her heart and sets him loose in the … Continue reading

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Pre-Order is Live-The Stories In Between

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Vacant ~ Rebecca Cutler #writephoto

Old English Tudor once a delightful sight, now dilapidated. Pitched roofing bowing, gable cross canopy drooping, value deflated. Continue reading at Beckie’s Mental Mess

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Carrot and Coals: Maze…

* …There is another important thing with these sites which is not always immediately obvious. It is not a collective thing. It is not simply a case of visiting each and every site and then resting back with feet raised … Continue reading

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Monochrome ~ Anita Dawes #writephoto

My house of black and white chevrons Sunlight cannot kiss colour into its bones It glows under the moonlight, a beacon to the past A time of Shakespeare whose words knit together as if spoken by a strange tongue Continue … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: True colours?

Gilgamesh and Enkidu journey into the wilderness; pursuing the king’s desire for personal glory, the two have left Uruk to seek out the ‘forest demon’, Humbaba. Gilgamesh has vowed to kill the demon and cut down the Great Trees of … Continue reading

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Caladur: Gone… Stuart France

* … Then Lord Turkin stood, holding the keys and spurs,  in silence, he gazed upon his brother and the strange, green-clad child: for all their difference in years Lord Ewan’s eyes and those of the boy were identical! * … Continue reading

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