Daily Archives: November 30, 2020

Pregnant in Pakistan#02 ~ Mary Smith

Reblogged from MarySmith’sPlace: I’m sorry I left you for so long wondering if Jon got out of his Afghan jail before our baby arrived in the world. It was the shock when reading my diary at how very miserable I … Continue reading

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Discovering Albion- Day 1: Deer and Stone

How long does a two and a half hour journey actually take? Well, three and a half if you go the back way and get a clear run. Four if you stop somewhere… Five if you find a good church … Continue reading

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* With spine to earth, She watches as eternities pass by Marked by the dreams of seekers sleeping ‘neath a starry sky Held deep within the womb of She whose body forms the ring, Warm flesh melds with cold stone … Continue reading

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The Illusion of Power

There were those who walked the earth who looked not into the eyes of Nut, but whose ears were caught by the whispering hiss of Apep on the threshold of dream. There were some who, looking into his eyes, were … Continue reading

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On the Doorstep: St Michael and All Angels, Horsenden

The church reveals itself slowly as you walk between the yew trees that hide it from the gate.  The spot has a pleasant feel, nestling close to walls of the big house next door and surrounded by the sheltering branches … Continue reading

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Images #midnighthaiku

A captured moment Frozen for eternity Life and movement lost * Unemotional Detached, unexperienced Senses unengaged * Recalling wonder Photographic memory Will remember joy

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