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Daily Archives: August 21, 2019
Umbrollia was unique in nature having developed a wormhole between it and its neighbouring parallel universe, through which lonely and lost brollies and umbrellas and other misplaced weather protectors passed in the hope of finding a more caring environment where … Continue reading
They had built the statue on the top of the hill so that everyone who came could see it from a distance. The villagers were so familiar with it that they hardly glanced at it during their daily life. It … Continue reading
It was past four in the afternoon. We had been walking for over five hours. Despite our best smiles – and Jon’s chocolate – we were tired, very tired. We were approaching Calf Crag (see above) and desperately looking for … Continue reading
The noise was like that of an old steam press, clanking and wheezing as the figure crested the hill. Is that the wanderer returned? The lion shielded his eyes against the sun to see it, the metal longer shiny and … Continue reading
Reblogged from Haiku Hound: a nest to be saved standing firm in defence spring hovers nearby Continue reading at Haiku Hound
The journey was endless, he was a newbie in discovering his way to finding his authentic self. Through many years of trials and tribulations, his one true wish was to find peace and solitude within the lush green hills and verdant valleys below. Continue reading … Continue reading
…Dusk falls quickly as the mists in autumn and here in the sheltered valley the light is fading. The thin grass is wet and dew-cold as they alight from their ponies, setting them to graze and drink from the wide, … Continue reading
* Far horizons call Fragile details overlooked Careless steps crushing *