Daily Archives: July 15, 2019

Lake House ~ Padre’s Ramblings #writephoto

The party joined the Farmington South Road about twenty miles south of the market town. Turning south towards the border they could see the foothills before them, and the mountains rising beyond. It was only mid-day and there was no … Continue reading

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Castle ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

This is your place, your home, far away, inaccessible. The lake is deep, a secret within many secrets. History has passed this castle by, and you, live on. In those dark waters, perhaps, lies a clue. But I will never … Continue reading

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The benefits of short stories ~ Roberta Eaton

Reblogged from Roberta Writes: For the last eighteen months, I have been dabbling in writing short stories. Last year, two of my horror short stories were published in Dark Visions, an anthology of horror short stories edited by Dan Alatorre. … Continue reading

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La La Land ~ Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

For all through the day and well into night, Sheena lived a deadened existence. Her hours were spent in the kitchen, or at the lone factor five kilometres away that she tredged barefoot, barely escaping the wrath of knee high … Continue reading

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Rhythm

Illustration: Edward Lear I can knock up a poem In no time at all, If my time’s running short And my back’s to the wall. It isn’t a talent, My brain is just geared To rhyming and meter And verging … Continue reading

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Senryu: Their Lake ~ The Dark Netizen #writephoto

  The Lake Helped It Thrive But, Now We Own The Waters, The Lake Will Choke Them… Reblogged from The Dark Netizen

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Dreaming Stones: Dunvegan and the Fairy Flag

We followed the signs for Dunvegan Castle, ancestral home of the Clan MacCleod. Even if we wanted to wander a managed castle, we knew it would be long closed by the time we got there, so instead we found ourselves … Continue reading

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Calanais: Moot-Points…

* We may have to take issue with Burl. * There is nothing cramped about this monument. * And that word implies, does it not, unfit for purpose? Which Callanish most certainly is not. * From a distance the stones … Continue reading

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Time #midnighthaiku

Ancient and modern Melding and melting away Time’s demarcation

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