Walking with Grief…

Originally posted on Stuart France:
? * ‘I cried like some grandmother, I wanted to tear my teeth out, I didn’t know what I wanted to do.’ – Walter E.Kurtz, Apocalypse Now. * The ‘Good Colonel’ is here reacting to a particularly distressing, and at first sight vicious and meaningless, act of war. However, a…

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Springtime Share

I hardly share about what is going on in my life, often because it feels too much like Facebook and something other than creative. But then much of what we write about is taken from our experiences in life and then shared metaphorically. And indeed creativity has many expressions. These past few weeks have been […]

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Ingrid’s Tale

Glad to be back and sharing again. It has been a few weeks of travel and a bit of chaos. Which is always welcome. Nothing like a shake up here and again to revive the soul. This is my contribution to Hélène Vaillant’s “What do you see?”, challenge. Always an intriguing prompt. Thank you, Hélène! […]

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Two Bluebirds Flew

Originally posted on BY THE LEFT HAND…:
As gallant winds of wild, command among the sky. Dancing through the blades, two bluebirds soar to fly. ? In sunlight, so does ruffle, gentle wings of feather. On wisp of floating cloud, they flutter, happy together. ? With music soft in whistle; their chorus speaks rejoice. Sounding…

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