Daily Archives: January 5, 2020

Aria Ligi reviews “ The Salty River Bleeds” by Stephen Page

“The Salty River Bleeds” by Stephen Page Review by Aria Ligi Page’s collection, Salty River Bleeds, is a two-part parable, one of the lives of Jonathon and Teresa and the other of his ranch, its inhabitants, the environ consisting of … Continue reading

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Friday Favorite’s-Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
Welcome to another addition of my Friday Favorites!  Each Friday, I will spotlight a favorite blog/blogger. I hope to give you a glimpse into who and what their blog is about and why they…

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Fume ~ Christine Bialczak #writephoto

Through the trees we could see the thick smoke billowing up from what we believed was the medical camp. The lights from the camp illuminated the smoke, giving it an eerie glow that faded to gold as it moved farther … Continue reading

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Living Lore: Ghostly Re-enactment of the Battle of Edgehill ~ Gary Stocker

The secondary school which I attended, Kineton High, was in sight of Edgehill, where the first major battle of the British Civil War was fought. A story used to go around October time, during the Michaelmas Term, about how if … Continue reading

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Fume ~ Penny Wilson #writephoto

Peering out from behind the boulder, I could see the plume of it’s breath. The fume, a cloud; glowing. It mixed with the mist off the lake until the entire night air was lit. Soon they’d see. Continue reading at … Continue reading

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Pegasus ~ Jim Adams #writephoto

I sat on the kerb with Herb, or if you are from the US, you might call it the curb, but me being from Brooklyn I spell it as curb, but pronounce it as kerb. We watched as the lot … Continue reading

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The perfect teacher?

When the student is ready, the master will appear. This saying is often quoted both by and to those who walk a spiritual path. All too frequently, it is said with the kind of supercilious air that implies that the … Continue reading

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Blend In ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

They walked toward the light. The brambles, the thistles, the burrs, the thorns — all attempted to snag and ensnare and scratch and mark them for what would be held as treachery. Still, they walked. Some of them bare-legged and … Continue reading

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Hope #midnighthaiku

Barren winter’s hope Piercing the darkness with light Stars of earth shining

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