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Digest: April 2018

April’s over and it’s featured snow and sunshine, not always at the same time. I’ve worn a thick jacket and shorts, though definitely not at the same time. 1,603 more words


bridge to nowhere

Today’s final NaPoWriMo challenge asked participants to “write a poem that engages with a strange and fascinating fact.” Enter Atlas Obscura with the “bridge to nowhere” in Dunbar, Scotland… 28 more words

National Poetry Writing Month

Sporting Event Of The Week (12)

Around 40 competitors rocked up to Dunbar on Scotland’s east coast last weekend to take part in the second European Stone Stacking Championships. The venue, Lauderdale Park and Eye Cave Beach, was chosen because the many shapes, sizes and colours of the rocks in the area make it a paradise for stone stackers – at least that is what the organisers say. 180 more words


A golden day by Paul Laurence Dunbar

I FOUND you and I lost you,
All on a gleaming day.
The day was filled with sunshine,
And the land was full of May. 45 more words


An Excerpt from the Häling and the Scottish Templars

Where wounded Templars seek refuge from fighting at the Battle of Dunbar.

Friar Mungo’s chin snapped forward with a start, as he woke from a most un-Christian dream.

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