Daily Archives: June 29, 2019

Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Just open The doors Of your mind To possibility Continue reading at But I Smile Anyway

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Open ~ Di #writephoto

‘As one door closes, another opens, or at least a window’. It was one of Nanna’s favourite sayings, especially when things were not going to plan and disappointment always seemed to be knocking. ‘There are doors of opportunity,’ she’d say, … Continue reading

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Three days of the Oyster-catcher (Part 4) – Sea and Stone ~ Steve Tanham

I didn’t want to leave Burghead, not even for Findhorn; a place I’d wanted to visit for a long time. Burghead had filled me (many of us, I think) with a sense of ancient mystery and that dreadful knowledge that … Continue reading

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Special request

Dear Universe, can I just say That everything now smells of hay, I’ve cut the lawn down, best I can, (And wished I could employ a man…) Cause, what with all the sun and rain, The green stuff had gone … Continue reading

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An Open Relationtionship ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

‘We should establish boundaries, thresholds. And have a safe word.’ ‘Sure, what like?’ ‘Love?’ ‘Okay, ‘love’ it is. Should we use our real names or different ones?’ ‘Different ones, you choose mine.’ ‘Lucy?’ Continue reading at Iain Kelly

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Trusty John: Ravens…

* … The king immediately seized the hand of the Princess, “I am no merchant, but a king of as high a birth as yourself” he said, “It was my great love for you that made me carry you off … Continue reading

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Dim Hope ~ Tina Stewart Brakebill #writephoto

  the light beckons me into the dim passageway and offers me hope Reblogged from Tina Stewart Brakebill

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Hunting the Unicorn: “…of whirling air…”

The first stop of the afternoon was a familiar one; we had made a point of visiting the magnificent Sueno Stone on our last trip to the area. It is the tallest carved Pictish stone in Scotland and shows scenes … Continue reading

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Craft of the White-Crow… Stuart France

* Whiter than the swan on a lake Whiter than the gull of the stream Whiter than snow on the high-peak. * Like a wave of the sea from ebb to flood Slender as the tall-birch, blowing… Of a shape-sweet … Continue reading

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Peace #midnighthaiku

Stepping out of time Peaceful paths going nowhere Finding paradise *

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