Tag Archives: death

Avenue of Peace – Iain Kelly #writephoto

And now the light at the end of the avenue calls, the journey almost complete. At one end, back that way, new seeds are growing, young saplings stretching from the earth to which I must return. Once young myself, I … Continue reading

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Saving the World To Lose It – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

They said he asked for me often; that his prayers were full of my name, the mock self-portrait I had given crumpled at his heart. He wept often—it was his weakness, the illness. He cried for me, but it was … Continue reading

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Roses and Stone – Wallie’s Wentletrap #writephoto

It was all that he had left. All that he had left of a memory. For a moment he sat, turning the stone in his hands. “This is ours, Ellan. Ours forever. Mrs. Coleman said she’d give me some cuttings … Continue reading

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Elusive Realities: Dorinda Duclos – Love from Beyond

It happened in the living room of an old boyfriend’s home.  We were sitting on the sofa discussing odds and ends, when I mentioned that I sometimes could feel my Nana (maternal grandmother) nearby.  He looked at me rather oddly, … Continue reading

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The Snowplate Nose- A Jack lockwood story from Geofrey West @GeoffreyDWest

Reblogged from The Jack Lockwood Diaries: Lily bashed the top of her husband’s coffin with her fist as she passed, muttering viciously: “You bastard, may you rot in hell for ever!” (This story was told to me by Betty, an … Continue reading

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Elusive realities: Janice Spina – My mother’s visit to heaven

There are many unexplainable things that happen in our lives. This particular event moved me profoundly. My mother was a nervous soul and always had a headache, or some other physical ailment. She was diagnosed with so many things I … Continue reading

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Bijoux: Exploits of the Guild of Dishevelled Assassins – Part 1 by Jan Malique

Reblogged from Strange Goings On in the Shed: This story was revealed to me by an associate who chooses to remain anonymous, mostly due to embarrassment. She’s part of an exclusive community of characters residing in the Shed, a Tardis … Continue reading

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