Daily Archives: November 18, 2020

Chapter One: ThreeLegs… from Usual Muttwits

Supervising kidnapped doggies at Freddy’s Farm is rewarding work, so sez Checkers. Until his three paws are turned upside down by a gorgeous ex-racing greyhound. Fourlegs love is cruel. Cast out, broken-hearted, and surrounded by enemies, he’s gotta snifz out … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine Guest Writer – Robbie Cheadle – Inca child sacrifices and the origin of my short story

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: Today Robbie Cheadle shares research on the ancient Inca tradition of appeasing the gods with human sacrifices.. including children. It served as an inspiration for a short story published in the Spellbound anthology.  Inca child sacrifices and … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Older than Time…

Imagine standing in the presence of a living being at whose feet Pontius Pilate played as a child. Local legend says that Pilate was born at Fortingall when his father visited the Roman Legions in the north. Imagine standing in … Continue reading

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First Things First… Stuart France

* One is All… * In Alchemy there are no short cuts. Many are those who have spent a life-time seeking its treasure in vain. On the other hand, everything it promises to reveal is freely given at the outset. … Continue reading

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‘Earthly Messenger’…Stuart France

* ‘Pushing through the market square, so many mothers sighing…’ (Five Years) * Following the death of David Bowie on the 10th of January 2016, a groundswell of opinion surfaced in Aylesbury to celebrate his art in a permanent way, … Continue reading

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The freedom to get it wrong

Watching the fish in the pond the other day, I noticed that although they all swim, as you would expect from fish, they all swim differently. The huge sturgeon glide through the water with no appearance of effort at all. … Continue reading

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Mist #midnighthaiku

Misty memories Forgotten, overwritten Still mark the landscape Not time nor forgetfulness Unmakes any moment lived *  

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