Daily Archives: June 2, 2019

The Line ~ Thady #writephoto

‘Look’, my friend exclaimed, ‘if you ever doubted it, now you can see for yourself, the earth is flat, there is the edge over there, a straight line. If the earth was round it wouldn’t be a flat line’. I … Continue reading

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A Very Special Book Review: My Vibrating Vertebrae: And Other Poems by Agnes Mae Graham

Originally posted on Once Upon a Time….:
? Agnes Mae Graham’s beautiful collection of rhyming poems, My Vibrating Vertebrae, is stunning. And, like a brilliant jewel, her poems will take your breath away. Moments ago, I read the last poem,…

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Yearning ~ Di #writephoto

Yesterday,  we had the world at our feet, Each moment was precious Always together, Rarely apart. Continue reading at pensitivity101

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Philosophically suspect ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: If I was to say that Tullit Wheelbone has practiced philosophy for many years, you might get the wrong idea. Indeed people have claimed that my lady wife, Shena, has to be extremely … Continue reading

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School Days, Reminiscences of Robbie Cheadle

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Welcome to the School Days, Reminiscences series in which my champion bloggers and authors share reminiscences of their school days. It’s my small way of thanking them for their support and of letting you know…

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The Chalice and The Sun ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

I had been intending to write a blog post about some recent explorations I’ve had with the chalice as a symbol when I opened Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt this morning. There before me was a photograph of water in … Continue reading

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Hide and seek…

* “Don’t you think it’s odd,” says Wen, “Osiris ends up in a pillar hewn from a tree, Odin hangs from a tree to gain sacred knowledge and Christ dies on a cross cut from a tree?” “Well it’s quite … Continue reading

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Yearning ~ Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

I hit a rough patch of water in my journey toward the sun. Perhaps, this was as far as I should go, and yet I had a yearning to go farther, to meet the sea, and travel beyond this piece … Continue reading

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Being Human

Shadows dance in the firelight. A hand, warm upon cold stone, where many other hands have rested. The breath of the shaman, blowing ochre, staining the wall at this moment of passage. Rite of recognition within the tribe. Kinship and … Continue reading

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Bramble #midnighthaiku

Wicked invasion Promising autumn’s bounty Gardener’s despair

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