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Onwards #midnighthaiku

* Future unfolding Hope and trust draw me onwards Always walking blind *

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With open arms…

“… it gives me a big advantage for getting to know people,” said my son. I had to admit that he has a point. The only way he can walk is with support, and if there is no handrail or … Continue reading

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The Elusive Shrimp

“They seek him here, they seek him there…” I couldn’t help thinking about Baroness Orczy’s Elusive Pimpernel as I watched the translucent creature foraging in the corner of the aquarium. He’s not exactly scarlet, being more of a watery pink, … Continue reading

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The courage of conviction…

‘They’ve got that completely the wrong way around.’ I almost winced as I read the article, completely disagreeing with the perspective that was being outlined. The basics were correct, I felt but there was something decidedly ‘off’ about the way … Continue reading

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Unbalanced scales…

“…so, we’ve being doing this for a while…” “Twelve thousand, four hundred and ten days to be exact.” “…and I still don’t really know.” “Know what?” “What flowers you would prefer for Mother’s Day.” “Ones with roots.” “For the garden?” … Continue reading

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Estrangement – James #writephoto

A warm summer breeze blew from one end of the passageway to the other. Raisa Hewitt could feel it gently caress her face and flow like fingers through her long, dark hair. She could hear the friendly chattering of birds … Continue reading

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Guest author: Victoria Zigler – The Degu Books

I love all animals – especially dogs, cats, horses, and rodents – But my absolute favourite animal is a lion.  There’s just something about the majestic big cats that appeals to me. As much as I’d love to have a … Continue reading

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Quiet

The dawn sneaked in without a blaze, No flash of flame, nor golden haze, No fanfare played to greet the sun… And yet, a new day has begun. Beyond an iron veil of rain In summer’s absence, tears of pain … Continue reading

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Love has the power to break all chains! #writephoto by Raymond Roy

Shackled to a 4×4 beam.  Shoulders ached. 12 hours earlier, The Pharisees had returned a verdict of guilty. Guilty of not following doctrine. For daring to question ritualistic antiquited practices. Immediately, they strapped the timber behind my neck and across my … Continue reading

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Space for error

For five years, it was Steve who was the principal writer of the annual workshops. I don’t think any of us had really considered that it would ever be otherwise. We contributed, both ideas and certain sections of the weekend, … Continue reading

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