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#writephoto — Oil and Water – Fandango

“Oh, this is simply breathtaking, don’t you think?” Alicia said. “Yeah, yeah, it’s beautiful,” Stan, her fiancé, said, his voice dripping with sarcasm. “You sound disappointed, Stan. I thought you’d love the view from up here,” Alicia said. “Yeah, the … Continue reading

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Onwards #midnighthaiku

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Mists – by Michael #writephoto

It was the best time of day to be out and the little man hurried along as best he could. Most mornings he walked the streets, even though his Plantar Fasciitis was giving him the gyp he knew if he … Continue reading

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Fog– #writephoto – Willow

Fog : Haiku Out late  with  the  dog Encased in a  cloak  of  fog It feels so  eerie. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fog : A Nonet  A light  through  the  fog  looks inviting Familiar sights  look just like witches Damp,  misty  Jack Frost … Continue reading

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Who’s really free –  Fog – #writephoto – Robbie’s inspiration

Who’s really free The sky is dark, coloured an unrelenting grey; Outside it’s damp and foggy, a dismal day; I gaze out of the window, splattered with rain; I stretch – an attempt to ease my physical pain; The lines … Continue reading

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Tomorrow #midnighthaiku

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Summer weather…

August… high summer… when the rush-hour traffic melts away and the roads are driveable, even at eight in the morning. A time of beaches and sandcastles, of ice-cream and strawberries. Of flowerbeds that are a carnival of colour… of sunshine … Continue reading

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Frozen fingers

Minus two degrees, it said. The fog was thick, not moving at all, and the prospect of the walk round to the village shop was distinctly unappealing. Especially this morning, feeling rough and after the encounter with my uninvited bedfellow … Continue reading

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A foggy morning

I scrape the ice from the windscreen, looking with little enthusiasm at the heavy pall of fog that blankets the world. November… we’ve done well to make it this far without ice on the windows. Even so, my fingers are … Continue reading

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