Daily Archives: October 29, 2019

Salt Bath ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from The Light Behind the Story: Photo Credit: Sue Vincent I slipped into the water to find my soul mirrored in the well of my belly So this is where the scryers went, I thought, to the stones heaved … Continue reading

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Simple Possessions ~ D. Avery #writephoto

She had little in the way of possessions but had always possessed a keen and curious mind. When do beginnings end and endings begin, she had always wondered. Her playthings were simple; natural materials, raw elements fired by imagination. She … Continue reading

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Travels in Afghanistan (5) ~ Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: We pulled up outside a flat roofed, mud built house, its window frames painted a cheerful blue. Here we would live and work until the permanent clinic, already under construction, was complete. Three people hurried … Continue reading

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The Elemental Trials ~ Jim Sponseller #writephoto

The wizarding proctor watched closely as the elemental of fire struggled hard to take shape, fighting against Angela’s spell of dowsing. This was her third elemental of the trials and was proving to be her most difficult. She was not … Continue reading

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Deep Slumber…

* Moments pass into nothingness. * People were but are no more. * Where is the was? And what of the will be? * How did now become then? * And when? * Taken together such questions entice our minds … Continue reading

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The answer to all of your questions ~ Kerfe Roig #writephoto

it is not forever not everlasting neither early nor late– it is not never not now Continue reading at  K- Lines that Aim to Be

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The perception of memory

I slowed to let the young lad on the bicycle pull out onto the roundabout. That looks like… I raised my hand to wave to my son’s friend and instantly realised my mistake. It might have been his son, but … Continue reading

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The Gender Neutrality of Superheroes ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Trent ‘Emojiman’ Doublebake pushed the door closed with a smiley face and sighed. His aura rubbed away fake tears and he conjured up a tight teethy smile before entering the kitchen. Adelaide ‘Supplegirl’ Doublebake unravelled herself from the stretch pole … Continue reading

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Fun #midnighthaiku

* Glimpses of magic Nature has a sense of fun Sometimes gardens smile *

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