Daily Archives: June 9, 2019

MarySmith’sPlace – #SilentSunday #MachrieMoor

Originally posted on Mary Smith's Place:
We didn’t get to Machrie Moor on this visit to Arran so this is from a couple of years ago – it’s a wee taster for Sue Vincent. ?

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Choices ~ Karen DeMers Dowdall #writephoto

The earth is desolate now, even the ocean’s sand runs red. There are but a few of us left, but not enough of plant life left or cow or fowl or fish to eat. We had choices to prevent this … Continue reading

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Choices ~ Adele #writephoto

As I stand here gazing at the calm waves, I think about my grandmother, Maude. A lovely woman who was a nurse during the second World War. She was twenty-three at the time. I can still remember the sadness in … Continue reading

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Milk maids? ~ Short story and a reviewer’s insight into the world of Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: I am constantly reminded that it pays to project a wholesome image. I was with Shena, my lady wife, at an event held to inform and encourage writers. If memory serves, Saon Keeber … Continue reading

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Choices ~ Leanne Lieu #writephoto

I didn’t ask to be here, and Yet, here I am. Sometimes I feel alone, Yet, there are so many people in the room. Sometimes I feel tiny in this world Yet, I desire to make my mark. Continue reading … Continue reading

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Small choices ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

Not long he’d said, I did ask if he could be more specific. He was very nice about it but just couldn’t say. Months, weeks or days…he didn’t mention years. I really don’t know why I am writing this down, … Continue reading

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A question of joy…

“You know, the ancient Egyptians had a beautiful belief about death. When their souls got to the entrance to heaven, the guards asked two questions. Their answers determined whether they were able to enter or not. ‘Have you found joy … Continue reading

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Slow #midnighthaiku

True nature hidden Ungainliest beginnings The soul grows slowly

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