Daily Archives: March 1, 2020

A Conversation with Stuart France at Strange Book Reviews: Seeing Meaning!

Reblogged from Strange Book Reviews: I first met Stuart France only relatively recently (more’s the pity!). I had gone to the UK to explore the land with Sue Vincent and Stuart. On arrival at Sue’s home, I was welcomed by … Continue reading

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Memory ~ Honoré Dupuis #writephoto

Now is the time. We must face the test, and tell the Truth. The Truth we remember. Then it’s out of our hands. We must pray our memory does not fail us. Continue reading at Of Glass and Paper

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Living Lore: Superstitions and folklore ~ Gary Stocker

Gary Stocker shares old lore relating to February: “February fill dyke, black or white” In other words, February is a wet month. So ditches will get filled with either snow or rain. “February makes a bridge and March breaks it.” … Continue reading

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Memory ~ Kim Blades #writephoto

The old Dwarf King sat, smoking a mysteriously aromatic tobacco stuffed into an ancient pipe. His still sharp eyes surveyed the surroundings as he pondered on days long gone. Happier, busier days, when the mines were still rich with gold … Continue reading

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* …‘To bring something back into the world that was lost,’ she had said as a prelude to adventure. ‘Kraas’ “We’ll be in touch,” she had said, before drifting into the twilight at adventure’s end… That was three months ago. … Continue reading

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Memories ~ Deepa #writephoto

once that drew them to the temple Continue reading at Sync with Deep

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A sense of home

I spent the afternoon with my great grandparents. The fact that their ashes were scattered to the winds over thirty years ago seemed irrelevant. My home, a place they never saw, was full of their presence as the years slipped … Continue reading

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Memory ~ Di #writephoto

Once again, Igor had an idea and then either forgot to see it through or simply lost interest. The three stones had been suitably placed and seven more were to follow, but oh no… Igor got side tracked and the … Continue reading

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Path #midnighthaiku

Many seek a path Wandering empty landscapes The wise find their way *    

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