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#writephoto – No Longer Forlorn – Dorinda Duclos

Over meadow, flowers bloom Through the mist, a gathered plume On wings that span the sky of gray Adding color, to a dreary day Continue reading at Night Owl Poetry

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Wings – Willow Willers #writephoto

The wind in my feathers, I rise My sharp eyes see eternity Making my way into grey skies. Like my soul I fly free. The land spreads beneath From mountains to beach Continue reading at willowdot21

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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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#writephoto. Wings by Willow

Lisa opened the door and let Rachel in. She was shocked when she saw the wolf, Rachel had lost so much weight and had a look of death around the eyes. After helping Rachel up the stairs she lead her … Continue reading

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Wings by Ritu #writephoto

Birds fly overhead Unrest is shown in the air Echoing my life Source: Wings #writephoto

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Freedom

Ronovan’s haiku challenge

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Joy

Image by my son, Nick Verron Theme from Ronovan’s weekly Haiku Challenge.

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A lesson on wings

The taxi was going to be late. No bus, still no car. I need to be elsewhere and I’m stuck. Could have stayed in bed a bit longer…Didn’t have to get up before dawn… but the cold had woken me, … Continue reading

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Wings

In many cultures the butterfly has been seen as the symbol of the soul. It is, in many ways, an excellent analogy, and no less so for being much used. From the earthbound caterpillar that munches its way through the … Continue reading

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