Tag Archives: Life

The Soft Emptiness of a Liminal Place -Alethea Kehas

Image by Adrian Campfield from Pixabay I am already missing her and she is not wholly gone. When I search for her presence, I find the soft emptiness of the liminal place. Holding. Waiting. I don’t want to think about … Continue reading

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Birds of a Feather

That the birds were there first means little to Ani. It is, as far as she is concerned, her garden and she decides who gets to play in it. Apart from the stray babies, those she makes an exception for … Continue reading

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A new review of Life Lines: Poems from a Reflection

A wonderful review of Life Lines… The themes in Life Lines by Sue Vincent are varied, accessible and remarkable in their ability to let you see things through her eyes. Commonplace topics such as a sunset, are described so perfectly … Continue reading

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For a bacon sandwich…

Although this was written a few years ago during a relatively minor, though annoying, health problem… now that I can no longer swallow effectively with the cancer, it seems to fit the bill perfectly 😉 I’m just a tad bored … Continue reading

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Looking both ways

It is a very strange situation to be in, really. Over a week ago, I was given ‘days to weeks’ to live, with no one knowing upon which side of that particular marker the Reaper would come calling. It isn’t … Continue reading

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Infinity and beyond…

It is snowing again as I write. Have you ever watched a snowstorm and wondered just how many snowflakes were falling? Or how many had ever fallen? A million snowflakes, apparently, will only cover a patch two feet square by … Continue reading

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And then I dreamed…

I spent the night with friends… more socially distanced than any pandemic ruling could possibly require…. and I’m tired. I didn’t sleep as much as I would have liked and spent a lot of the night tossing and turning. That … Continue reading

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Rooted in earth

For the past few years I have been immersed in the folklore and history, traditions and myths of my land in a way I had never expected. This is not the country of governments and politics, nor the land of … Continue reading

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A First Connection ~ Peter Wells at Countingducks

Reblogged from Countingducks: When I met her she felt her beauty was a recollection: her power to attract, she feared, long since gone and she was defenceless against the scrutiny of those less charitable than herself. She was a drunk … Continue reading

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All Is As It Should Be ~ G. Michael Vasey

Reblogged from the Magical World of G. Michael Vasey: Today it is gloomy, very misty, cold with a slight drizzle. It has been this way more or less since I started working with Morana, Goddess of winter. The weather forecast … Continue reading

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