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Pulp Fiction - The Ancient Roman Tale of Baucis and Philemon

The ancient Roman writer Ovid weaved a timeless tale immortalizing those love unions that are partnerships of equality built over time by two people’s mutually conjoined efforts. 1,092 more words

Brad Kronen

Golden Autumn

Autumn leaves catching the slanting afternoon winter sunshine.

Apparently my oak tree still thinks it is autumn, as it clings on to its last few golden leaves. 57 more words


The House That Built Me

Very similar to the song by the famous country singer Miranda Lambert “The House That Built Me”, memories often flood back to me of the house I was raised in. 579 more words

Museum of Magic and Witchcraft

Quite recently I was fortunate to travel down to Cornwall and visited the Museum of magic and Witchcraft in the small coastal town of Boscastle.For those of you unfamiliar with the museum below is what is written on its official website. 411 more words



Carpe Diem  #989 – Oak

under the canopy
prayers of the ancient Druids
swirl around my head

Carpe Diem

#writephoto: The Door

Trying to get back into writing and doing a dozen other things at the same time. This is inspired by Sue Vincent’s photo prompt.

It also fits the… 272 more words


Fly Away Ceremony & The Story of Old Oak Tree

When June comes around and with it the last day of school, my kindergarten class celebrates with a Fly Away Ceremony. I didn’t make this ceremony up. 1,029 more words