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The light filled centre ~ Suzanne #writephoto

The search had take so long – most of her life really.   Born in tumultuous times to passionate and volatile parents, upheaval and dissonance had been Christine’s story since earliest childhood.   Searching for a some place to call home – … Continue reading

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The Secret Place ~ Suzanne #writephoto

Afterwards Miranda could not say what it was that made her walk down that overgrown lane on that overcast and dreary afternoon.    Lately she’d been doing odd and unpredictable things.   It wasn’t so much that she felt lost but … Continue reading

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A new start ~ Suzanne #writephoto

As the sun rose over the rooftops like a searing ball of flame another day of excessive heat was born. The couple out for an early morning fitness walk stopped in their tracks and viewed the spectacle. “I feel so … Continue reading

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Return From Whence Thou Came… ~ Jim #writephoto

I offer up this blade, back to the god from which it came Embark the age of which mankind’s damnation grows From men who molten stone to steel Continue reading at MHaiku Poetry

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#writephoto regulars: Alethea Kehas from Not Tomatoes

I asked the writephoto challenge regulars if they would like to come over and introduce themselves. I would like to introduce my friend, Alethea Kehas who blogs at Not Tomatoes. Without those of you who write and read the pieces … Continue reading

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The Watcher’s dilemma ~ Running Elk

Reblogged from Shamanic Paths: I am Watcher. I’m in a high place, yet remain shadowed by brooding mountains that further darken a black sky. The gale flattens a campfire in front of me, casting all warmth to the western horizon. … Continue reading

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The Beauty of Being Vulnerable ~ Existential Ergonomics

Reblogged from Existential Ergonomics: During my undergrad junior year, I took a class on Positive Psychology. Nearly a decade ago, I sat around an elongated table with other students discussing our reading assignments from Flow, Authentic Happiness, and The How of … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXII: The wells of the wishing tree…

“Ooh!” My companion, well used to the consequences of such exclamations, braced himself as I swung the car off the road we were supposed to be taking and onto a narrow lane. The sign was intriguing and, although we had … Continue reading

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Caught # D. Wallace Peach #Writephoto

She is bruised on the outside. Broken on the inside. And her feet stretch up over her head into the air as the swing reaches the height of its arc. Bare toes blot the daylight rustling through the canopy, and … Continue reading

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The little fish who swam

There has been a sick fish in my son’s pond for months now. At one point, there were two of them, floating belly up, side by side, and sporting ugly ulcers. They were so ill that we had even been … Continue reading

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