Daily Archives: May 24, 2020

Carol Ann Taylor is beetleypete’s guest

Reblogged from beetleypete: I am very pleased to feature British blogger and cookery writer Carol Taylor, who now lives in Thailand. This is her story of how she came to live there. Carol is a great member of our blogging … Continue reading

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The Painted Lady ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

He was drunk. He had to admit it. Not slightly inebriated or a bit tipsy, but flat out drunk. There would be trouble when he got home. In his mind he rehearsed the route he would take from the front … Continue reading

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Bridge of mistrust ~ Reena Saxena #writephoto

She had her eyes firmly fixed on depths below, not the other side. Gingerly stepping on a bridge whose maker she did not trust was not easy. It had never been easy since the day she married. She had found … Continue reading

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Woodland Scent ~ Anita Dawes #writephoto

What lies beyond the red bridge? Tantalising, teasing, a sound calling me Daring me to fight my way through the trees I cross over the shining lily pond Following the sweet melancholy sound Of someone singing Continue reading at  Anita … Continue reading

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Our earliest ancestors looked out upon this world and framed what they saw in stories that reached the heart through the imagination. As man and his questions became ever more sophisticated, the stories evolved, couching abstract concepts and ideas within … Continue reading

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Summer Painted Still ~ Goff James #writephoto

Reblogged from Goff James at Art, Photography and Poetry

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Preservation #midnighthaiku

Life without freedom Unnaturally preserved Hope for the future The Brown Bear was once a resident of these isles and very much a part of both our history and legends. A few years ago, I took my son to Whipsnade … Continue reading

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