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Gifts of the Full Moon ~ Jan Malique #writephoto

Once again I bring an offering to lay at the gateway of Sue’s Thursday Photo Prompt. A gateway into a magical landscape you might say. Before entering this sacred landscape we need to ask permission and offer a gift to … Continue reading

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Hallowed…

We recently shared a simple meditation as a mark of love and respect for those who have passed, particularly within the last year. I thought long and hard about writing about what was a very personal and emotional experience, and … Continue reading

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For a last born child

Reblogged from Jane Doughterty Writes… a wish that holds true for any child of the heart. A blessing, for the dverse prompt. I would see you fly on white swan’s wings to where your dreams glow burnished blue. I would … Continue reading

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A new year begins…

Like the joy of the sea coming home to shore, May the relief of laughter rinse through your soul. As the wind loves to call things to dance, May your gravity by lightened by grace. Like the dignity of moonlight … Continue reading

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Fog – Jan Malique #writephoto

Image: Sue Vincent This is my response to this week’s Thursday Photo Prompt, Fog – #writephoto.  I offer you a brief look at the lives of ordinary inhabitants of the Greenwood. They, like us ‘hoomans’ lead quite mundane lives. Shopping, paying bills, … Continue reading

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A celtic prayer

I lay my head to rest and in doing so lay at your feet the faces I have seen the voices I have heard the words I have spoken the hands I have shaken the service I have given the … Continue reading

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Where the heart is…

I left Sheffield a few minutes after six this morning, heading south. That was the plan, anyway. The trouble is that to do that I have to first drive over the top of the moors and the heather is in … Continue reading

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