Daily Archives: July 31, 2019

Forever ~ Maria #writephoto

“I finally told Daryl about us,” he told Jaemila as they stood there watching the sun slowly descend over the horizon. They had just come from his friend, George’s flat where they were now having their trysts. Before taking her … Continue reading

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It’s Afire ~ Deborah #writephoto

She stood there watching the sky aflame with one of the most spectacular sunsets she’d seen since living there on her uncle’s land. She remembered how he used to put her on his shoulders and exclaim, “Look at that sky, … Continue reading

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Roman London ~ Beetley Pete

Given my interest in our earlier ancestors, I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with the Romans who invaded and colonised much of England and Wales… but their culture had an undeniable impact on our own and there are … Continue reading

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Relief ~ Adele #writephoto

The sky is aflame. Under the relentless heat, the cracked ground cries out for relief. Then, You in Your infinite mercy, command Continue reading at  Notes to Women

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Clarity

Pellucid waters Where mountain stream meets the sea Flow in harmony Essence and identity Melding on a tranquil shore * For Colleen’s poetry challenge  

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Aflame ~ Leanne Lieu #writephoto

Whenever I was having difficulty with kids at school or people at work, Grandma used to tell me that she had an arranged marriage with Grandpa. She started with her wedding day – the first time she saw Grandpa. “I … Continue reading

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Dreaming Stones: The Circle of the Seers

We left Callanish II and turned our backs to the Callanish Stones that crown the hill over the loch, and walked up the slope towards the third stone circle. Callainish III stands atop a small hill and is actually two … Continue reading

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Up for Ayr…

* …It wasn’t that we forgot to bring the road-map on board. * We didn’t even think to. * Perhaps our heads, or more likely hearts, were still with the stones… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Unveiling #midnighthaiku

Unveiling silence Revealed in communion Inner light dawning

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