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Tell Tale Signs V… Stuart France

A very early version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’, perhaps, yet there is much more here than merely a cautionary tale. Or is this the ‘first entrance’ of our much vaunted king Arthur? The emphasis on topography and the singularly macabre … Continue reading

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Aural Sculpting… Stuart France

* …Such notions remain controversial Some, might also regard them as ‘obscure’ Or even ‘perverse’… Yet, is there a trickle of interest From, admittedly, ‘antiquated minds’ Continue reading

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Over the Edge #writephoto – Emily Weatherburn

This piece of creative writing was inspired by Sue Vincent’s weekly photo prompt. Thanks for the inspiration, Sue, and I hope you all enjoy the post. It’s a funny thing, to be alone. It’s not at all like we imagine it, … Continue reading

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Be it sown… Stuart France

* “If we but paid attention To our senses surround… It would surely be known The future is non-other Than our past re-sown.” – Count Jack… * Source: Stuart France

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Eyes for an Eye… Stuart France

* “You know of what I speak, Gandalf. A great eye, lidless, wreathed in flame.” * I recall struggling to formulate this image when first reading Tolkien’s masterpiece. Even with the help of the cover illustrations it seemed to me … Continue reading

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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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Tell-Tale Signs IV… Stuart France

* One of Ireland’s, ‘Three Great Tales of Sorrow’ which all deal with the lives and tragic deaths of offspring, this one, the second in the series, is the most poignant perhaps as, ostensibly, the offspring are still children. Whilst … Continue reading

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