Daily Archives: November 15, 2020

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – #Release #Fantasy D.Wallace Peach, #Reviews #Fantasy Charles E. Yallowitz, #Poetry Bette A. Stevens

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: Welcome to the Monday edition of the Cafe and Bookstore with news of new releases and recent reviews for authors on the shelves. Very pleased to add the latest release from D. Wallace Peach to her other … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Chasing Memories

A very long time ago now, I had a wonderful job that took me, every weekend, driving around Britain. By the time I reached Scotland, I knew… barring disaster… whether I would have some time to spare before I needed … Continue reading

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Afghanistan Adventures ~ Mary Smith #60 final journey

Reblogged from MarySmith’sPlace: Afghanistan, December 1989 Jaghoray to Quetta Suddenly, it was time to leave. The last few days were hectic, full of frantic packing and emotional farewells. Dinner party So many people were joining us on the journey to … Continue reading

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Of Ceremony and Symbol… Stuart France

* First Man had many wives among the Animal People. The sacred beast, bird or reptile was treated with reverence and as totem was carried to ensure guardianship of the spirits. * The two fundamental ceremonies of universal application are … Continue reading

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That was then…

Laughing with my son today I could not help but notice as the light caught a faint scar on his shoulder. It is so faded now that no-one else will ever notice it. I do, and it breaks my heart … Continue reading

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Reflecting #midnighthaiku

Face and fantasy Surface reflecting surface Was I ever more? *

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