Daily Archives: August 15, 2019

It could be God

Originally posted on Reena Saxena:
“It’s the same silhouette again, which appears every evening.” “How do you know it’s the same one?” “I’ve been watching it from childhood, and seen it grow old. It walks exactly the same distance from…

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Originally posted on Iain Kelly:
Every year one of the giants made the pilgrimage. This year it was the turn of Eindride. The village came out to see him off. The ritual sacrifice to the Gods was part of the…

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Vexed by the Tribe ~ Steve Tanham

I am vexed… It’s a word you don’t hear much, now. Old English, I believe. It describes an agitated state of mind – and possibly body – when something nagging can’t be solved. What I’m vexed about is the entrenchment … Continue reading

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Olga Nunez ~ #Bookreview of Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective by Sheila A Renshaw (@penswordbooks)

Reblogged from Olga Nunez: Hi all: I bring you another book by Pen & Sword, one that I know will interest many of you. Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective by Sheila A Renshaw Voices of the … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Journey #writephoto

Welcome to this week’s writephoto prompt. If you know where it was taken, please keep it to yourself to let imaginations play. 🙂 Use the image below as inspiration to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up: Within #writephoto

* Moments to treasure Peace within and peace without Land and heart as one Flesh and stone in harmony Melding for eternity * The photo for this week’s prompt was taken at St David’s Head in Wales a few years … Continue reading

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Dreaming Stones: Coincidental…

It was already midnight as we drove along the shores of Loch Lomond. The black, shimmering banks seemed far less than ‘bonny’ as the water lapped at the kerb, the rain blurring the lines between the loch and the road … Continue reading

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Riddle Me Ree…

* The device of riddling is common to most traditional cultures. Maidens set riddles for their suitors: ‘What is sweeter than mead…?’ ‘What is whiter than snow…?’ ‘What is lighter than a spark…?’ * Antagonists use riddles to settle their … Continue reading

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Forgotten #midnighthaiku

* Mysteries whisper Memories long forgotten Ancient lore stirring *  

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