Daily Archives: May 6, 2020

D. G. Kaye Reviews – Marjorie Mallon’s – Mr. Sagittarius – Poetry

Reblogged from D. G. Kaye: My Sunday Book Review is for Marjorie Mallon’s newest whimsical release – Mr. Sagittarius. A delightful read with wonderful prose, poetry and images. Get this book on Amazon Here Blurb: Twin brothers Harold and William … Continue reading

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Cascade ~ The Indishe #writephoto

A medley of thoughts, And a whirlpool of emotions, That is life. A surge of love, And a surf of passion, That is life. Continue reading at The Indishe

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A thousand miles of history…

Two years ago, The Silent Eye held a workshop in Dorset… and Stuart and I embarked upon a thousand mile trek through the ancient and sacred landscape, taking in natural beauty, prehistoric sites, wonderful old churches and exploring some of … Continue reading

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Goblin Glas

Originally posted on Wallie's Wentletrap:
Maybe you’ve wondered why Wallie and I were so silly as to announce our upcoming publication, Rozwal, when the publication date is all the way in October 2021. You’d be right to wonder. The…

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Cascade ~ Honoré Dupuis #writephoto

I listen to the sound of the cascade, and to the birds and other creatures, deep in the woods. Time flows, as if diluted in the icy waters of the stream. Is it an illusion? Continue reading at Of Glass … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Trip…

Dear Don, Great trip, wasn’t it? We have so much stuff to work with; even more now I’m digging into the research… let alone so many reasons to revisit a few places! The other stones at Sandbach look as if … Continue reading

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As One ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

It would be a long day of hiking to get to where she was going, but that only meant she’d have all those hours to herself. Time to cherish. Laura rarely had alone time now that she was taking care … Continue reading

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Not the best of days…

It was not a good day. It had started in the early hours with a nightmare that woke me screaming. Given the general atmosphere of fear, anger and frustration that seems to be being reinforced at all turns and with … Continue reading

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Applied Inspiration ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

‘I wandered lonely as a… erm stream?’ Ranulph Titcarpet waited. And waited. ‘Hello?’ The voice, when it came was familiar. ‘You want me?’ She’s not usually this tense, he thought. ‘All okay?’ ‘Not really. But you don’t want to be … Continue reading

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Confined #midnighthaiku

“Cabined, cribbed, confined…” Wider horizons beckon Calling the heart home. The body may be tethered The spirit is free to roam. For Colleen’s tanka challenge  

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