Daily Archives: June 24, 2019

Open The Damn Door ~ Jim Adams #writephoto

I have gotten older and I lost my hair.  You stopped sending me a Valentine card, and there are no more Birthday greetings, or us sharing a bottle of wine.  I stayed out till quarter to three and you locked … Continue reading

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Forgotten ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

“Please Don’t leave Me standing. Without you my World would crumble. It’s you makes me whole Giving me life and soul. If you leave me I will fall. Continue reading at willowdot21

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Guest author: Robbie Cheadle ~ Climbing boys

About climbing boys During the 1700s and 1800s, mainly male children often performed an occupation known as a climbing boy or chimney sweep. Many of the climbing boys were orphans, and in Great Britain many came from workhouses, and some … Continue reading

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Doors of ego and love ~ Anjali Sharma #writephoto

I have forgotten what I experienced behind those close doors, I am not same; when I come back through that close door, I realized human ego is the ugliest part of human nature, Continue reading at Positive Side of Coin

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Trusty John: Maid…

* … Trusty John instructed the king to remain behind on the ship and await his return. “If Lady Luck smiles upon us,” he said, “I may be able to lure the Princess back with me. Make sure that everything … Continue reading

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And In the End ~ Larry Trasciatti #writephoto

O how I wish I could relive the day we first met Well can it be done with a slow pirouette? As I walk toward our past I now see it has faded. Our memories now are resentful and jaded. … Continue reading

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Hunting the Unicorn: Into the Highlands…

We had pumped up the still-deflating tyre once again before leaving Kinross. In spite of all assurances by the mechanic, there was obviously some kind of problem and the winding roads of the Highlands are unforgiving. It was to be … Continue reading

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Mister Fawst! Study… Stuart France

Mister Fawst: (Rises to stand, still clutching the weighty tome to his chest. He walks in front of his study desk reading out loud.) ‘I think, therefore, I am’… Hrmph, but if life is no greater a miracle than to … Continue reading

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Depths #midnighthaiku

Hidden in the heart Beauty and mystery wait Eyes prepared to see

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