Daily Archives: February 23, 2020

Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #PreSchool – From Little House on the Prairie, to Geography, to Maps, to Mount Rushmore, to History… And More by Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: Welcome to the current series of Posts from Your Archives in 2020 and if you would like to participate with two of your posts from 2019, you will find all the details in this post: New series … Continue reading

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This tree

Originally posted on Phillip Knight Scott:
Photo by Sue Vincent This tree wraps the sky in its arms, a promise of salvation buried beneath bark as leaves peak at the surface, buoyed by the world’s pledge of protection softly cooing on the wind. The…

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Living Lore: Hiron’s Hole ~ Gary Stocker

On the present-day B4086 Wellesbourne Road is Littleham Bridge. One evening in November 1820 William Hirons (or Hixons), a yeoman farmer from nearby Alveston, was on his way home from Warwick. As he approached the bridge in question he was … Continue reading

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Devil in the Detail…

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
* St Dunstan, so the story goes, once pulled the devil by the nose, with red-hot tongs, which made him roar, that he was heard three miles or more… * Another story relates how…

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Haiku – ‘Lambs Milk-hungry Bleat’ – A poem by Goff James

Originally posted on Art, Photography and Poetry:
A poem inspired by Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt ‘Still’ Click here to view Sue Vincent’s original post Image and Poem Attribution © goffjamesart/photography/poetry Click here to read more haiku poems by Goff…

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Hare and Lion…

* There once was a Lion who came to town. “I want Man to be my brother,” said Lion, “and by and by I will take him into my house. “Very well,” said Man, and so Lion started visiting him. … Continue reading

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Fragments of Light

I was talking with my son about the way life works out. The daily round of events and occurrences great and small that seem to be scattered, like pieces of broken glass, across the table of time. Some events hit … Continue reading

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Gold #midnighthaiku

Deep within the heart Beyond the reach of shadows A heart of gold glows *  

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