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Daily Archives: September 1, 2020
Michael Pondnoddle whistled. ‘Blow me, I never thought…’ He lost his thread as his children disappeared inside the arcade, squealing at the flashing lights and buzzing noises. ‘What’s up, Mikey?’ Coleen watched the children disappear as she spoke. She set … Continue reading
Why does a tiny village like Kilpeck hold such a fabulous church? Because once it wasn’t a small, forgotten place, but the seat of nobility and, according to the information board, parts of the castle still remained. We left the … Continue reading
Dear Wen This clinging to the classical world has always puzzled me and can only be down to those pesky Romans (Acch-Phut)… When in Rome do as the Greeks do. This was over sixteen hundred years ago mind and ‘Pythagorean’ … Continue reading
The grassy patch was a nondescript part of the wild green that dotted the landscape. If you would pass by,you would hardly give it a second look. But if you would give it a careful perusal,you will find a hidden … Continue reading
* It is not beyond the bounds of possibility, that a technologically advanced people could live more simply than their technology insists… * But outside the realms of science fiction writing it is highly unlikely. * The Ancients present us … Continue reading
It’s over there If you would see, If you’re not scared Of mystery. Continue reading at Poetry, Short Prose and Walking
We had been engaged in one of those long existential debates, discussing life, death and the possibilities of what might come before and after. The debate had gone on for some time, discussion had gone deep and we had covered … Continue reading
There’s a kind of déjà vu a message going on here First Jaye calls me into the office to see one of our followers Beautiful pictures of an eagle Who while flying above his head? dropped a flight feather Continue … Continue reading
Late summer magic Multi-hued petals open Challenging autumn *