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Threshold ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

You stand upon the threshold of self when the eyes outside look inward past the outer and all its beauty and decay Light plays tricks with shadows until they are explored through the pathways of your own labyrinth, discovering you … Continue reading

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Moon – Frank Hubeny #writephoto

Some would say they know the Moon. They’ve data they can show, But when they look And close the book, What is it that they know? Source: Frank Hubeny

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Their Mysterious Eyes — #writephoto – Frank Hubeny

  The arc’s reflection made an eye. They laughed when I asked, “Can it see?” What’s looking at us walking by May laugh and measure differently. The dark might have its ways to know A brighter truth that it won’t … Continue reading

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Raiding the Castle on the Rocky Coast – Frank Hubeny #writephoto

Why would someone build a castle there Where soil is scarce and little wants to grow Except for moss and plants who only care I do not trample on them as I go? Why do I bother making secrets show, … Continue reading

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The Costs of Love — #writephoto Frank Hubeny

A sweet maiden frolicked in the fairy glen by its flowing waters swatting mosquitoes. A brave knight saw her and halted his steed. “Fair maiden, you wander in the enchanted glen. Did mosquitoes bite you?” “Many have tasted my innocent … Continue reading

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The Opening — #writephoto Sight – Frank Hubeny

 Even a thick, stone wall can have an opening letting light through like a window with a rock-hard frame. Outside our window two cars stopped. The front car was undamaged. The front bumper of the rear car, however, hung almost … Continue reading

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Lost Wings — #writephoto – Frank Hubeny

A fairy, Christine, lost her wings on top of a hill overlooking the glen while watching the orange sky accept the setting sun. She did not think she was so old. She picked up her wings sighing “Oh!” and stumbled … Continue reading

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The Wind — #writephoto – Frank Hubeny

When harsh winds blow some whine, “How the wicked wind oppresses me!” Others wonder how they could make money off that wind by grinding grain or generating electricity. One turns it into poetry. The other turns a profit. The Little … Continue reading

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Message — #writephoto by Frank Hubeny

If my imaginary friend had more brains I’d trust her advice, but when Alice tells me something I have to examine it from all angles, especially those angles I forget to check. It might be the best advice I’ll get … Continue reading

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The Message — #writephoto by Frank Hubeny

Bernard lived with his aunt, a widow without children, for the spring semester of the third grade. He was familiar with his aunt’s home where she held Christmas Eve parties late after Midnight Mass. His parents enrolled him in the … Continue reading

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