Daily Archives: May 28, 2019

Competition Is Its Own Life Blood ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Lentilah Blossom stood at her door and checked her watch. One minute past the hour. Where was the old bat? Just winding me up, she thought. She’s the one who’s moaning if I’m even a fraction late. Well, just you … Continue reading

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New Children’s Book “When Dinosaurs Go to Bed” Available for FREE Download Today

Originally posted on Wanda Luthman's Children's Books:
Hi everyone, I’d like to introduce you to a children’s author I met recently and his adorable book about dinosaurs that I know children are going to fall in love with…

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The Escape ~ Fandango #writephoto

Arthur had lost track of time. He couldn’t remember how long he’d been held captive in the castle’s dungeon. It could have been months, it could have been years. He was thin and weak, but he was determined, somehow, to … Continue reading

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Herr Doktor…

* Not warlike… Blood-Spilled! Not romantic… Heart-Thrilled! Not adventurous… Action-Filled! * Instead, our muse intends to trill it’s heaven-sent verse ‘gainst this… * …Our players willed to shape the Faustian Fall for well or ill. * Continue reading at The … Continue reading

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An idea whose time has come

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
An idea: invisibly potent A watery creek A new and gentle breeze of ripeness Felt by few A red propeller spinning in the soil? A sail – unfurled and flapping Held fast with thin…

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Transition ~ Bladud Fleas #writephoto

All the time when we lived opposite and she was alive, I would envy the woman her house across the courtyard from mine. It was serene: the wonderful stone gable, the stout, reliable oak door, and a small, teak garden … Continue reading

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Feeding the imagination…

“We were not Gods, but were of God, the strands of our existence not yet teased apart by Becoming, our function not yet defined.” So much for a Saturday evening… the night of the week most folk sit relaxing by … Continue reading

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Judgement ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

Sue’s #writephoto prompt fits exactly what I’m writing at the moment. It might not make perfect sense, but it’s uncanny how well the image fits the story. The garth is quiet even though the walls are crumbling and cannot keep … Continue reading

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Through a child’s eyes…

I love Lady’s Mantle… Alchemilla mollis… the soft little alchemist. The shape and gentle shade of the downy leaves and the pale froth of yellow-green flowers. It is a lovely thing in my eyes. Yet it is not till the … Continue reading

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Dear Deer ~ Stuart France

* A silent given grace you seek to find Within the moonlit forests of the mind Where mossy doubt obscures the silver stream And clarity comes only in a dream Where thou and I and we are of one mind … Continue reading

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