Daily Archives: November 10, 2019

Sitting, for a moment, with Possibility ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from The Light Behind the Story: It’s Monday morning. The teenagers are off to school, the husband to work. There is a dog on each couch. One beside me, the other off at a forty-five degree angle with her … Continue reading

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Painted Soul ~ Nova #writephoto

The man, and his dog, sat on the front porch swing, and watched the sun set, below the far away hills. Sixty-seven years, Mr Silversteun lived in this house. It was the one his parents, Bertha and Fred Silversteun, bought … Continue reading

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Living Lore: The Noble Impe ~ Gary Stocker

In the Beauchamp Chapel in the Collegiate Church of St Mary in Warwick, is the tomb of Robert Dudley, Lord Denbigh, son of Robert and Lettice Dudley, Earl and Countess of Leicester (nicknamed the “Noble Impe”). He sadly died in … Continue reading

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Glow ~ Cheryl #writephoto

November morning Warm colors spread on cold morn Trees shiver with frost Continue reading at  The Bag Lady

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Time Bleed…

* … “Stratford Strange Day!” “I don’t know what you mean?” “Well, the first thing was our conversation before we’d even properly decided we were going to Stratford…” “Which one?” “Statues!” “Oh, that one. It didn’t strike me as particularly … Continue reading

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Dawn ~ JP #writephoto

Dawn breaks above the snowy hills cast away dark fear and ills beyond the clouds, bright color spills The night was long, dark and cold nightmares flee as dawn unfolds Continue reading at the Wide-eyed Wanderer

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My mother was not quite seventeen when I was born. She and my father, just three years her senior, had married early as he had joined the army. They were still living close to home when I first came into … Continue reading

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Glow ~ Sadje #writephoto

Looking at the dawn gives me hope That this new day will be better than yesterday The glow which is lighting up the sky Says that something wondrous may happen In the day which is going to start Continue reading … Continue reading

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Blaze #midnighthaiku

* Flames warm a cold dawn Comfortable illusion Colour melts the frost *

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