Daily Archives: August 18, 2014

Ghosts of Yell Sound

Written for:  The Mag #233 Where otters swim and play in Yell Sound, fifty-eight fishermen drowned at one end of the sound on a drear night in mid-summer. Disaster struck the other end with a crash of an RAF flying … Continue reading

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Edges of the World

Written for The Sunday Whirl, Wordle #174 Words:  demimonde, transgression, rites, asylum, gray, candle, Africa, myself, oranges, grand, reborn Transgressions of the demimonde cut a swath of gray across Africa, where people lit candles to pray for them. Grand rites … Continue reading

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Light Lessens Fears

Written for:  Creative Bloomings, #163, “Fears, Phobias, and Foibles” Deep inside of us all, we have that one thing that makes our knees shake and stomach churn. We yearn to let confidence take hold only to find we were sold … Continue reading

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