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Blade #writephoto

The king                                                                              … Continue reading

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Just Your Imagination

Churning thoughts blacken petals Inward visions cast doubts Expanding on the ordinary Illusions of Control never given Delusions made reality Just Imagination. Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson *This is in response to Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt. If you would like … Continue reading

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Knight’s Honour – #writephoto

His honour came from days of old  where maidens fell at his feet  Dragons roared and spewed fire  his challenge; to defeat. His body clad in armor; a helmet placed upon his head   To defend the king’s daughter, His … Continue reading

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Renewal #writephoto

The new dawn danced its way into existence with a light show  Setting the sky ablaze with cotton-candy puffs of clouds The earth once again renewed with a glorious backdrop of fire and light as its stage © 2019 Penny … Continue reading

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Color of Clouds #writephoto

People think that your eyes are blue I know better the real you the one you show only to me I know your eyes are the color of clouds against a blue, blue sky with flecks of light no flecks … Continue reading

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Untrodden #writephoto

Silver trees feathery down freshly fallen snow The earth waits Hushed Breaths held in anticipation Unblemished Untrodden Soon defiled Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson *This is in response to Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt.  If you would like to get … Continue reading

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Hidden Stream #writephoto

The hidden stream surged from the ground.  It rushed along the forest floor winding through the boulders and rocks.  It leapt with joy over the small decent, causing bubbles of excitement.  The stream laughed and played in the sunlight and … Continue reading

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