Tag Archives: senses

A contract with wonder

The glamorous sky seems an incongruous backdrop for mundane chimneypots and washing lines. Veiled by the pallid grey of low cloud or with a symphony of shades, the sun rises over the fields, painting the morning with impossible colour, every … Continue reading

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A pattern in the night

I couldn’t sleep. I’d gone to bed sleepy, read until I could read no more, then snuggled down expecting the inner lights to go out within minutes. An hour later I was still waiting… and wide awake. It might have … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Interview – Human in every Sense of the Word -Ignoring VS. Acknowledging and Obeying My 6th Sense by Patty Fletcher

Reblogged from Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord: Welcome to the Sunday Interview- Human in every sense of the word. As humans there are five main senses that we rely on to navigate through this world.  And there is one that we all … Continue reading

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A Ghost Story ~ Bladud Fleas #writephoto

Along that passage we share with presence unseen, only knowing they’re there and perhaps where they’ve been, by the scent of dankness, like dew on old earth, or stone dust; by the motes which twist in the morning’s beam, and … Continue reading

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Being Human

Shadows dance in the firelight. A hand, warm upon cold stone, where many other hands have rested. The breath of the shaman, blowing ochre, staining the wall at this moment of passage. Rite of recognition within the tribe. Kinship and … Continue reading

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Beyond ~ Bladud Fleas#writephoto

Everything alive here, now and before, is the favour of the sun; its light and warmth. In the cold of late winter, before the spring, before the earth has warmed and, in its turn, warmed the air which remains chill … Continue reading

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Saving for a rainy day…

The fish need feeding… their food cannisters need refilling too. The bird feeder needs completely restocking…and it is freezing outside. Not only is it cold enough to make a snowman shiver, it is raining… the kind of rain that falls … Continue reading

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“Seriously weird…”

“What was that?”  My son stuck his head through the kitchen door as I squealed, taking in the scene. The open door of the washing machine… the blue work-out pants dangling from my hand… the dead mouse at my feet… … Continue reading

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Guest author: Victoria Zigler – Infographics

Pictures and infographics.  Wonderful things, aren’t they? Everyone seems to think so.  But I don’t.  Personally, I hate infographics, and find picture heavy posts annoying. We live in a world where it’s assumed you have all five of your senses, … Continue reading

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