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A Comparative Method… Stuart France

…The Tetrahedron is the magical symbol for elemental fire. Fire has always carried with it a mystery. From earliest times it was thought the proper preserve of the Divine. For man to have gained this dangerous boon took especial cunning, … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Fire Dance by Helen Jones

‘‘A firedance through the night.’ What d’you suppose they meant by that?’ ‘Who?’ ‘That band, you know the ones, all floppy hair and white teeth. You know, catchy melodies. They had fancy lyrics, too.’ ‘Oh, yeah. I dunno.’ ‘You dunno … Continue reading

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Derelict by Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

There was no telling what the small abandoned building had been used for over the years. Still though something drew me towards it every morning as I was running with my four dogs. It was a small sunken old fashioned … Continue reading

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 Flame by Inia Jardine #writephoto

It is extremely dangerous to ask me to write about flames, as I have very few positive things to say about them. Let’s look at the categories of flames : You get those which burn, torture and kill, like wildfire … Continue reading

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Cast Out by Sarah Brentyn #writephoto

Fingertips touching, never leaving, they dance. Embers glowing, wind blowing, they move. Hair whipping, voices crackling, they sing. Fire curling, stars fading, they twirl. Calling for the flames to grow… Round the circle ringed with stones… Towering bonfire casting shadows…shifting… … Continue reading

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Ignis by Jan Malique #writephoto

Sue’s writing challenge this week gave me a good kick up the bottom, in the nicest sense I have to say! My creative fires needed stoking, they needed an injection of oxygen. My enthusiasm for writing had been waning for … Continue reading

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Microfiction #writephoto: Pandora by Jane Dougherty

There was something strange about the couple at the house on the hill. They had been in the village no time and already their names cropped up everywhere: he on the board of governors of the local school, though they … Continue reading

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Lantern – Hayley R. Hardman #writephoto

The lantern shone out in the darkness, guiding all that needed it out of the gloom and to safety away from the fire. The light reflected in the fancy windows of the museum sending a strange glow across the glass … Continue reading

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#writephoto microfiction: Trapped by Jane Dougherty

Reblogged from Jane Dougherty Writes: Snow had fallen gently all day, but at nightfall it stopped. Inside the house, they listened to the silence and shivered. Not one of them had dared set foot outside since the whispering began. Nothing … Continue reading

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Pyre #midnighthaiku

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