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Even mountains mourn…

Image by Stefan Keller Long ago, when the world was young, a fire had burned in him, red as hearts’ blood and he had called it love. She had risen beside him, igniting the life within, and their lives had … Continue reading

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Clouds ~ Paula Light #writephoto

“I see a big dragon flying in the sky,” Billy said. “And soon he’s gonna come down here and gobble someone up!” The children laughed. “I see a sweet fluffy bunny,” Melissa said. “What do you see in the clouds, … Continue reading

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Weaving Fate ~ Jan Malique #writephoto

Sue’s photo for the Thursday Photo Prompt had me spinning a little tale of dragons, battles, and a seer. Please walk this way: ‘Seer, speak to me of the visions you see, hold nothing back.’   So says the King in anguished tones. … Continue reading

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Descent – James Pyles #writephoto

The little girl had picked up the carrion bird’s feather, the only remains of her connection to the griffon vulture who had delivered the dire news of the Great Gray God, and tucked it in her pocket. For a few … Continue reading

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Turrets – Willow Willers #writephoto

There he lay on the summit of the Clift next to the castle. He knew he was dying, his wound was mortal. The gaping hole just above his tail had long since stopped hurting. He was so tired and cold. … Continue reading

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Casa Batllo, Barcelona – Helen Jones

Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: I know, I know. You thought I was going to continue with my epic trip from last month. And, I am, definitely. There’s still so much to see in New York, from Rockefeller Plaza to … Continue reading

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The Optometrist and the Dragon – D. Wallace Peach #writephoto

photo compliments of Sue Vincent A man of science, Irvus the optometrist didn’t believe in enchantment. But a dare was a dare, and he wasn’t about to cede his convictions to a bunch of old-timers at the Pickled Sow. It … Continue reading

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Distant Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

There were once three companions, a dwarf, a gnome and a fire sprite, who decided to set off on an adventure to the Ice Capped Mountains to kill the red dragon, Usullen, and take his treasure. They believed together and … Continue reading

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Old haunts…

“I thought we could maybe have a run out to St Nick’s…” “That’s odd, I’d been thinking it was about time we had a wander out there…” There was a time when that little patch of Buckinghamshire was our playground. … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Pure magic

“!!!” The distinctive smell of tortured gears wafted into the car. It was not surprising. The lane we had chosen after the road closure, was not only so narrow we could not have passed an oncoming rabbit, it was also … Continue reading

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