Daily Archives: July 19, 2020

Nymphs and Chimney Sweeps ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster aka Tallis Steelyard: It has to be confessed that as a child, Maljie was often short of money. Still she did what she could to remedy this, but was wise enough to realise that blackmailing older … Continue reading

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Beneath the Glistening ~ Richa Modha #writephoto

Oh Sea, you never fail to glisten! Though you house a tonne creatures beneath, and wonderful reefs you sheath. Continue reading at My Lingering Thoughts

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Dreaming Stones: Shells and Fruits

Sometimes, on these workshops, the land and the sites are so well chosen that they need do little except be there in order to remind us that we are not simply here as sightseers… we are here engaged on spiritual … Continue reading

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Lonely Sands ~ Lisa Coleman #writephoto

Take a walk down the coast As the water rises to our feet The cool wind blows Our body’s filled with chill. As the sun sets with a glow The light off the ocean bay Blinds our thoughts Rays of … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Goliath…

Dear Don, Yes, Goliath was a Philistine… though what that, might mean is anybody’s guess, apart from that he came from one of their five city states… and as five in symbolic terms refers to the senses, the ‘giant Philistine’ … Continue reading

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Glistening Twilight ~ Anisha #writephoto

Glistening twilight tides talk to tiny islands through the voice of waves Memories of life giggle like the ebbing tides lovely yet looming Continue reading at Crazy Nerds

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Another country…

« Qu’il est loin mon pays, qu’il est loin… » Claude Nougaro “…and Claude Nougaro,” said my boss, brandishing the baguette. Her husband nodded. The three of us were at the dinner table, lingering over the cheese as usual. My … Continue reading

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Lost in the Moment ~ Goff James #writephoto

Reblogged from Goff James at Art, Photography and Poetry

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Teachers #midnighthaiku

Unlikely teachers When the student is ready Wisdom finds a voice

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