Monthly Archives: February 2020

The pitfalls of Ontological Nihilism ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: One of the advantages of being a poet is that I am excused philosophy. Admittedly I have been challenged on this topic by a number of philosophers over the years. My response has … Continue reading

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Memory ~ Cheryl #writephoto

“Yup, it is a remarkable likeness.” “I’ve always loved John Wayne.” Continue reading at The Bag Lady

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More #Neolithic sites on #Orkney ~ Deborah Jay

Reblogged from Deborah Jay: I promised more, and believe me, there’s plenty more! First up is Unstan Chambered Cairn. This is only a little way along the road from Maeshowe, and the second of 4 chambered cairns we explored. If … Continue reading

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Pareidolia: Memories in the Sky ~ Oluwatosin Okupa #writephoto

‘Pareidolia’ The kind of word that makes you suddenly become friends with your dictionary all over again, or makes you get into Google’s mind. ‘Pareidolia’ Hey! Don’t judge but it’s totally a new word to me, and it got me … Continue reading

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Lion and Hare…

* Lion lived in the forest. Lion was invincible and the sole champion of the forest. Whatever other creatures lived in the forest, Lion, killed and ate. * The animals of the forest came together and drew up a petition … Continue reading

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Memory ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Did I hear the wind whisper Your name As it sighed between trees and standing stone? Did I see Your shadow cross a threshold Long buried beneath the empty, grassy plain? Did I sniff the fragrance Of your food Wafted … Continue reading

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Fragments of history

Over the past month or so, we have been revisiting places in my local area in preparation for the April workshop we will be running here. There are so many wonderful sites that we would love to include, but time … Continue reading

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Hide And Go Seek ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

It was the best place to play hide and go seek. At least, that’s what they wanted him to think. It was also the best place to go missing. Not that they’d tell him. … He had no reason to … Continue reading

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Lady-in-waiting #midnighthaiku

Bowed by frozen tears Beauty hangs her head and smiles Awaiting the sun *      

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Mae Clair hosts Craig Boyack on his new release, Grinders

Reblogged from Craig Boyack who is a guest of Mae Clair: Welcome to the last week of February. Today my good friend C.S. Boyack has dropped by with his newest release, Grinders. I was fortunate to get a sneak peek of this … Continue reading

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