Daily Archives: December 26, 2019

Three Ghosts of Christmas Present ~ Steve Tanham

Unfolding nightmares can begin very innocently… My mother, who is nearly ninety years old, has vascular dementia. She’s had a wonderful life and is enjoying a blessedly slow decline of her faculties – to the extent that she’s still in … Continue reading

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Untold Stories ~ Reena Saxena #writephoto

First in this week… night gods encounter shape -shifting divinity snow peaks tell stories Continue reading at Reena Saxena

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Thursday photo prompt: Offering #writephoto

Welcome to this week’s writephoto prompt. You can find all last week’s entries in the weekly round-up, which was published earlier today. Throughout the week, I will feature as many of the responses here on the Daily Echo as time and … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up: Angel #writephoto

* The simplest gestures Shared in love and affection Memories remain Angels live within our hearts In quiet moments of peace * The photo for this week’s prompt shows a little figurine given to me by my son and a … Continue reading

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Mea Culpa, Christmas style

I helped him eat his Christmas lunch, The turkey turned out well, The kitchen, redolent by noon, With its delicious smell. The Yorkshire pud all fluffy And the roasties golden brown… When asked if I was going to share I … Continue reading

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Silent Night ~ Ken Gierke #writephoto

Silent Night Hands, clasped and raised, slowly open, releasing hope, that unbounded well of light Continue reading at rivrvlogr

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Frustration #midnighthaiku

Unhappy bunny Loss of communication Internet went down… * So, if you hear nothing of me for the next few days, just imagine a gnashing of teeth from a small, Buckinghamshire village. It went down on Christmas Eve, but they … Continue reading

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