Mindful Monday: Little Things

I often joke about having teenagers in the house, and I'm sure everyone can relate to that at some point - the drama that never ends! But it's not all raging hormones and family battles, and it's important to remember, and even marvel at, the little things. Those declarations of love that equate to sunshine … Continue reading Mindful Monday: Little Things

A Landscape of Images

An excellent discussion about the “first” writers. đź’—

The Silent Eye

Megaloceros, LascauxMegaloceros, Lascaux

Smoke from the torches stings his eyes, making it difficult to see. The dancing flames bring the animals to life, a magical hunt galloping across the walls of the cavern. It is warm here, sheltered from the icy blast of the wind. Here he will spend the dark time when the sun is weak in the sky. Not for him the warmth of the hearth and the laughter of children, he is alone in the dark womb of earth.

They bring him meat from the home place, the caves that look out onto the grasslands. They bring him water and wood for the flames. And the old one brings him tales of magic to weave on the walls, gratitude for survival and a plea for good hunting and rich life as the seasons turn.

They bring him the clay and stones that make the colour and he turns…

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Inside Silver’s Brain – The Great MOVE

I have a million and one things going in on my head right now with this impending move looming on the horizon I don't see it getting any better for a while. I hope you all won't mind if I am scarce on the blog for a bit. What with packing for our house hunting … Continue reading Inside Silver’s Brain – The Great MOVE

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #64 Tide & Flesh

It is Haiku Friday and I am excited to share Ronovan's words this week: tide and flesh. I used family in place of flesh because I like the connotation that it gave to my haiku. I am calling this, "Family Relations." Thank for popping in. I am glad to see you all!