Category Archives: Reblogs

The Elderly Fox

Originally posted on Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!:
The sun was high. Warmth spiked the air with fragrance. Colours weaved, natural ribbons beneath a cloudless blue sky. Shaken, I was, and saddened, but also beginning to un-bow from the hoop…

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The cultural dangers of social media without consequence

Originally posted on Ned's Blog:
In the late 1950s, iconic newsman Edward R. Murrow recognized a paradox developing as the advent of television was transforming news reporting from the purely word-driven medium of radio into a much more powerful…

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When we dance together, we dissolve

Originally posted on Beltane Fire Society:
On the morning of Beltane Fire Festival 2016, our community is buzzing with excitement about the event that will begin in a few short hours after months of hard work. This is the perfect…

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The Day a City Went Dark, and I Was Given Light

Originally posted on A Buick in the Land of Lexus:
  Kids – who needed them? They drained your bank account. Destroyed your dreams. Sucked the life right out of you. Every time I saw an overzealous mommy delirious over her…

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The Figure of the Witch-Queen in Northern Mythology

Originally posted on Feral Words:
   “At length, when night was setting in, they saw a deep and unknown glen of joyless aspect before them; they descended into it, to avoid the bleak winds of the summits, and had proposed…

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The Clockwork Lion

Originally posted on anita dawes and jaye marie:
? Not sure what I was looking for, but during my browsing the other day, I came across an article about a clockwork lion. The picture intrigued me, being a lifelong visitor…

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Waiting to be noticed

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
“…. and it happens every day,” he said as we stood on the moors watching the miracle of a sunrise. We had watched the sun set too the night before. Two moments…

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