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Daily Archives: September 4, 2020
Welcome to my menagerie and world of wonderful characters just waiting for you to discover them in A Compendium of Characters. I bring you whimsical short stories spanning many Genres all in one wonderful book. Paranormal and SCI-FI Action and … Continue reading
Waters of sea, Reflect colours of sky, Naturally, unquestioningly, Likewise expressions of visage, Continue reading at Kitty’s Verses
The trouble with booking a hotel online is that you have very little idea of what you are going to get. Sure, there may be reviews that give an idea of service and quality, but that actually tells you very … Continue reading
* ‘In the early epic ‘Beowulf’ occur the similar words ‘beorh’ and ‘burh’. The first used only for a tumulus or barrow, which was a burial place. The second for a fortified or protected dwelling or enclosure. Continue reading at … Continue reading
These days serenity is borrowed. To avoid the turbulent waters that try to divide the heart’s landscape of love, I find myself seeking the pause. Stillness, where thoughts cannot ripple the surface. I walk into the rain to find beauty … Continue reading
* … Back in Coventry, Sir Albert’s Lady, overcome with extreme pain, was forced to choose between the spoil of her infant, or an end to her life. * Placing the preservation of her child, and benefit of her country … Continue reading
I lit out for the coast searching for serenity. I had no idea if it would be there or not, but it sure as hell wasn’t where I was coming from so I had nothing to lose. Hitch-hiking across the … Continue reading
Cold starlight and winter winds, the only caress on a faded cheek. Memories slither through the gaps in the trees to people the night. She hadn’t walked this path for a long time. The first time, she had been young; … Continue reading
Background: A gorgeous prompt from Sue this week, find it at Thursday photo prompt: Serenity #writephoto. Thanks Sue. My from is going to reflect the hues of the photo, the Blues Stanza Singing da Blues Photo by Sue Vincent Form: … Continue reading