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A break with bookshelves

Before I go away, even for a weekend, I feel obliged to run round with hoover and duster… I like the thought of coming home to a tidy place. As I dust the bookshelves that take up more wallspace than … Continue reading

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A Dog? You Want A Dog? – Geoff Le Pard

Reblogged from Tangental: The Le Pard home, circa 2002 comprised four humans of various sizes, sexes and sophistications, two cats, two tortoises, the last survivors of a tropical fish experiment and a dozen whistling cockroaches. In considering the decision-making structure … Continue reading

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Sanctuary – Joelle LeGendre #writephoto

Sanctuary means different things to different people.  Some like the feel of a pew and feel as if they’re in the presence of God by staring through the stained glass windows.  Some prefer age-old chants and prayer mats.   And others … Continue reading

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Down home Christmas – Daniel C. Julian #writephoto

Black bird perched on colored lights Strung from the courthouse Smalltown sights Outside the five and dime There’s a man at the payphone wants to talk to God He just can’t find the change Continue reading at Word Florilegium

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Hand of man or god Shaping visions of Eden Where earth touches sky Here I recognise heaven Within the land of my heart

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Highway #midnighthaiku

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Bleak – Frank Hubeny – #writephoto

  The weather is too cold, too hot, too wet, too dry but something, since there’s room, if only rock, may call it home and welcome passing waves of water, air and other life although what comes may soon move … Continue reading

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Ghost #midnighthaiku

The ghost of summer Memory of laughing days Still holds its colour A small bouquet of heather sits on my desk, as fresh and bright as the day it was gathered. I always hate breaking the stems and take only … Continue reading

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Lyn Baylis: Life and Work of a Priestess, Minister and Psychopomp  – from Jan Malique

Reblogged from Jan Malique at Strange Goings-On in the Shed:  Image: Lyn Baylis, Chris Brock Photography I’m rather excited about hosting my very first guest post. Lyn Baylis is a dear friend who has kindly accepted my request to write … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Memory and Ruin by Helen Jones

Sue Vincent has a knack for capturing stories in photographs. This is her #writephoto prompt for this week, and here is the story it revealed to me: ‘It’s not much, but it’s ours,’ he said, whisky brown eyes crinkling at … Continue reading

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