Daily Archives: July 6, 2019

Span ~ Sadje #writephoto

The water gushing through the narrow stream was pleasantly cool. They had a great time sitting on the verge of the stream, eating the picnic lunch they had brought with them. Sally’s foot slipped when she was dipping her hand … Continue reading

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A Soul’s Hope ~ Deborah #writephoto

to reclaim a span of time lost in life’s rivers and bring it ashore Continue reading at A Wise Woman’s Journey  

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The hacksilver orchestra ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: In my chronicling of the life of Mistress Maljie I would be remiss if I neglected to mention the incident of the hacksilver orchestra. As a young woman in Port Naain, Maljie had known many musicians. … Continue reading

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Span ~ Di #writephoto

She heard the cuckoo’s chorus echo in the trees. A sign of Spring and opportunity. The water gently splashed against her ankles as she dipped her toes into the refreshing stream. Soon it would be dry and she’d be able … Continue reading

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Babbling Brook ~ Jim Adams #writephoto

It was a Saturday and I was in the park, I think it was the Fourth of July. Celebrations would be held later in the day with all of the politicians out kissing babies and making speeches, but this was … Continue reading

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‘Aye’ of the Unicorn: Enneagram… Stuart France

* As the weekened progressed we were to work our way around ‘the limbs’ of an elemental pentagram. * Two sites from the region were given over to each element. * In the first we would consider the element in … Continue reading

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Seasons #midnighthaiku

Moments remembered Flowers mark passing seasons Perfect petals fall

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