Category Archives: Prose

Lucky

“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”  –Winnie the Pooh

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Found — Oldest Daughter & Red Headed Sister

REBLOG: This beautiful piece resonates with me so much that I just had to share it with you. Please visit Audrey’s lovely blog for more of her amazing work. Enjoy! ❤ https://videopress.com/embed/cfotzpmB?hd=0&autoPlay=0&permalink=0&loop=0 And then there was light. Those are someone … Continue reading

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#Writephoto ~ Aflame — anita dawes and jaye marie

REBLOG: Thursday photo prompt: Aflame #writephoto For visually challenged writers, the image shows an empty landscape beneath a blue sky. Darkness gathers above the horizon and between land and cloud, the sky is aflame… Aflame Below dark, moody clouds The … Continue reading

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“Beautiful faces and passionate kisses” — johncoyote

REBLOG: Please enjoy John Coyote’s Beautiful piece.  If you don’t follow his blog, you should! 🙂 Enjoy!  (Beautiful faces and passionate kisses. A Poem by Coyote Poetry.) (Good to be young in heart. Willing to rebirth love and desire everyday … Continue reading

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Safe Haven

Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
** I have been having a hell of a time writing anything worth posting lately!  The last couple of weeks, I’ve wanted to participate in Sue’s #Write Photo challenge, but nothing comes.  😦   I…

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The Huge Hug Club — A Guy Called Bloke

REBLOG: Please take a minute to visit Rory’s blog for a whole lot of Wonderfulness!!  Enjoy! ❤ Howdy Doody Folks!! Once a month – the Huge Hug Club is active! Today is that day! you know, we may all be … Continue reading

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Forgotten #writephoto

The forgotten door to yesterday. The backroads and wrong turns of your youth. The place where magic was always a possibility and summers stretched forever.  Behind this door lies a realm of fantasy, riches unclaimed, and misplaced dreams.  The key … Continue reading

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