Daily Archives: January 10, 2021

Marjorie Mallon Interviews Sally Cronin Author Interview

Reblogged from Kyrosmagica: Welcome to Kyrosmagica! It is wonderful to have you over for a chit chat, Sally. Lovely to be here Marjorie and thank you for the invitation. MJ: I’m delighted to be reading Life is Like A Bowl … Continue reading

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Winter walks with camera (5) : long-shadowed figures

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
A bright winter day brings a wonderful benefit: long shadows. Often a matter of being lucky and at the right place at the right time, the long shadow is at its best extending the…

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Discovering Albion – day 8: Rose-gold Stone

The Parish Church of Saint Mary the Virgin on Holy Island is thought to stand on the spot where St Aidan founded the first small church around 634AD. Bede wrote of the old church that it was a thatched affair, … Continue reading

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The Osiriad~Myths of Ancient Egypt re-released…

It felt as if I had been taken by the scruff of the neck, sat down in front of the computer and instructed to write. The Osiriad was one of the strangest experiences I have ever had with words. I … Continue reading

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Flight…

* As the narrow-boat’s snout tickled the under-bridge, Black-Jack cut the engine and peered through the white gloom… A landing-official waved his stray arm in greeting, the lights beyond him intimated warmth and festivity. An Owl screeched! Black-Jack turned to … Continue reading

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Tom Banjo…

* Down the dark stairwell,  a silent progress plotted. ‘Twas death in that  house were Tom but spotted. …He reached the door, a tree clad Owl hooted. Three seconds more and Tom was Seven League Booted. One stride it took … Continue reading

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Bittersweet

The misty dawn blushed a soft, rosy pink, probably embarrassed by the number of clichés it was inviting. It had begun with a delicate glow, suffusing the rising mist with gold as I shivered on the doorstep, then painted the … Continue reading

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Drawn #midnighthaiku

Dark against the blue In stillness or in motion Shadows draw the eye

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