Daily Archives: June 19, 2020

Guest author: Kevin Morris ~ Light and Shade

The sun’s light Ends in night. But, when I express It this way, Some will say That I obsess With death. Yet one may Take delight In a summer’s day, But not fight The inevitable night. * The above poem, … Continue reading

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Soar ~ Dr. Crystal Grimes #writephoto

They soar above clouds Like birds, my mind and my soul Are freed from chaos! Listen to the song and music at Mystical Strings

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A Thousand Miles of History XXVI: Rite of Way

Our next stop was right on the coast. On a day when you could see where your next step would take you, and had we been blessed with more time, we might have parked at Land’s End and walked the … Continue reading

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Aeons… Stuart France

Blake’s take on the Seven-Headed Dragon is suitably anthropomorphic! * To continue our ‘trawl’ through chapter twelve of Revelation, which commenced here: … ‘And the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her … Continue reading

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Composition ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

It should be something inspirational, something to make the piece soar, a fitting climax to the whole movement. He scratched his head, chewed the end of the pencil, let his fingers dance over a few keys until they ended in … Continue reading

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Soar ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

I dreamt of the voice shuttered tight against the storm. Words held behind the clouded window, urgent We are here! Blue feathers lined in black resting in sunlit trees. Impossibly large No, they cannot be mine Continue reading at The … Continue reading

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Unicorn Magic

There was once an old woman who lived alone with a big, black dog. Some people thought she was a witch, but, thanks to the dog, she was more of a furry grandmother. For a long time, though, she had … Continue reading

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Soar ~ Anisha #writephoto

The world is sore, and the sky is stormy. When the going gets strenuous, not all of us seek shelters. Continue reading at Crazy Nerds

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Timeless #midnighthaiku

Time exacts its price The eyes of love see beauty Enduring and true *    

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