Daily Archives: May 30, 2020

Just one more dance ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: I was always told, by somebody older and wiser than me, that a grey hair you spot when shaving is to remind you of an old friend you no longer see. Certainly this … Continue reading

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Guardian ~ Lee Ann #writephoto

Once again, I’m forced to take a little time to relax. So, I’m using this photo prompt as a means to distract myself… For some odd reason, the scene (within the picture) reminds me of Bar Harbor, ME. which, if … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History VI: Nice weather for ducks and Drake…

  It was raining when we finally found our way through the mists. It was still raining when we arrived in Tavistock, to be welcomed by a surprising figure. Sir Francis Drake… privateer to Queen Elizabeth I, circumnavigator of the … Continue reading

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The Guardian ~ Trent P. McDonald #writephoto

Stan stopped the little procession at the observation point. From here the sea could be seen stretching to the horizon, but it was the cliffs that caught his attention. A few faces of rock stared with menace at the sea, … Continue reading

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Cool of Day…

* …Abadel’s soul escaped from his body: it flew about the scene of slaughter and eventually settled on the tree of life, where it assumed the form of a serpent and coiled itself about the trunk. * Abadel’s blood lay … Continue reading

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Guardian ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

They had always been there or so everyone thought. Their faces weather beaten and sun dried over millennia. They guarded the shores, they kept us safe, even now when foolish people dismissed them as “just rock formations”. They stayed steadfast … Continue reading

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The Small Dog’s moral judgement…

My two-legs came home soggy though it’s pretty hot outside. She must have gotten really wet or else she would have dried. I asked her what had happened to land her in such a state… “A fish!” she said… I … Continue reading

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Guardian ~ Honoré Dupuis #writephoto

I am waiting. I know you will come, when does not matter to me: I am old, and patient. When you arrive, I will be ready. Maybe, by then, you will be wiser. If not, woe to you. You may … Continue reading

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Microcosm #midnighthaiku

Stars shine within stars Celestial reflection Day and night as one

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