Monthly Archives: November 2019

Knowing your enemy ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster aka Tallis Steelyard: When I was comparatively young and undoubtedly more innocent that I am now, I remember being present at an affair hosted by the ‘Port Naain Society of anonymous lady philanthropists’. The society is … Continue reading

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Lure of the Hills ~ Neel Anil Panicker #writephoto

Sheena loved the hills. Her earliest memories were of her on a train as it whistled past the verdant countryside. Seated in her corner window seat, and surrounded by an army of squealing and giggling siblings and cousins twice and … Continue reading

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Why you should own a feather duster…

As time has run away with me this week… one from the archives: To some the humble feather duster may conjure nostalgic visions of French maids and uniforms, to others they are a rather retro adjunct to the broom cupboard. … Continue reading

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Halfway Home ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

She never grew tired of it. Even if fatigue had become part and parcel of her every day. Of her very breath. It did not matter. Her fatigue didn’t, that is. At least, it did not matter as much as … Continue reading

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Multiples…

* There are countless synchronicities, in their story which lead to the same conclusion. * Not least, a number of different areas for their emergence and operation. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Horizon’s Hope ~ Deborah #writephoto

afar horizon ignites sparkle of hope amidst despair’s shadow Reblogged from Deborah at A Wise Woman’s Journey

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Down the wormhole?

I am waiting for a hospital appointment. I have now been waiting for nearly three weeks and have heard nothing. It is a good thing that I am not expecting them to find what they are looking for, or I … Continue reading

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Afar ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

Looking out from the ramparts of the castle Ewan looked out across the land protected by the witches spell to the evil winter beyond. He was almost his old self again but beneath his brave exterior he was still deeply … Continue reading

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Set #midnighthaiku

* Reality shifts Perspective and perception Through another’s eye * Open minds may change New horizons discovered Seeing beyond stone *  

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Smorgasbord Book Reviews – #Verse – Doggerel: Life with the small dog by Sue Vincent #Doglovers

Ani gets a lovely review of her new book, Doggerel, from Sally Cronin at Smorgasbord. Delighted to share my review for this lovely book of verse that so brilliantly reveals more about a small black dog with a massive heart. … Continue reading

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