Daily Archives: October 4, 2019

The old copper road ~ Anita Dawes #writephoto

As children we were told that strange things happened Along the old copper road during the autumn equinox. I have walked it many times as a child An old dust road grubbied my white socks Mother knew I had disobeyed … Continue reading

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Is your blog accessible to blind computer users?

Originally posted on K Morris – Poet:
My thanks to Chris Graham (AKA The Story Reading Ape) https://thestoryreadingapeblog.com, for drawing this article on why much of the internet is inaccessible to blind people to my attention, https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-49694453. As many of…

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The Lesson ~ Michele Jones #writephoto

“Esmeralda Gossling.” Emme wasn’t in the mood for another lecture. Twice she snuck out, and twice she had been found by those who wanted her dead. Even worse, The Three had to rescue her a second time. Emme knew there … Continue reading

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Pumpkin, Pumpkin: Folklore, History, Planting Hints and Good Eating ~ Anne Copeland

Pumpkins are magical. They herald in the autumn; they fulfill our needs to create art related to the season and to celebrate it. We fill them with light to welcome others to our homes, and to provide the way from … Continue reading

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Copper ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

The doorframe splintered around me as soon as I walked outside. Bullet holes appeared on the siding of the house in front of me and behind me while I walked to the drive. I just wasn’t in the mood. I … Continue reading

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One of our mounds…

* The plan was to base our inaugural public ‘solstice’ event at Avebury and thus it seemed natural to book a room at the Public House situated in the centre of the Stone Circle… Only, The Red Lion no longer … Continue reading

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Harvesting ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

He picked up a handful of the brown earth and let it run through his fingers. The last time he had been here there had been nothing but the cavernous pit, reaching down almost half a mile into the ground. … Continue reading

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Rites of Passage: Last rites II

We began our walk by once again drawing a sphere of Light around our party. As we walked along Cressbrook Dale, we were careful not to colour any impressions our companions might pick up about the place. We shared a … Continue reading

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A walk to Rí Cruin Cairn ~ Jo Woolf

Reblogged fromThe Hazel Tree:   It doesn’t seem like six weeks ago that we walked down the grassy lane to Rí Cruin, the most southerly chambered cairn in Kilmartin Glen’s remarkable ‘linear cemetery’.    The roadside verges were high with the … Continue reading

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Frosted #midnighthaiku

* Winter’s casts its spell Ordinary magic dawns Fields are frosted white *

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