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Mysteries of Bristol

A legend says that

there are catacombs below

St. mary Redcliffe

Life Events

Above the clamour

Today’s word is something we all need, and something I need more of today than some other days. At the one level I already have more of it, at least an externalised version of it, as the university has entered a slower, quieter, phase and activity and noise levels are down (even if stress levels are rising as dissertation deadlines loom close and the reality of the approaching exam season takes on an inevitability that some students have been doing their best to ignore, leading to their internal lack of it!) 615 more words


Air, Earth, Fire, and Water

I wish I were a witch.

No, not a wart-nosed

haggard old bitch!

A woman with

the ability to

harness the energy

of the earth, air, 33 more words

Miracle Seed

Gratitude’s a seed
planted in the womb of life
growing miracles



My mind is a blank

I cannot conceive

Arousing, carousing

Attempting to deceive

Words are all gone

No image in thought

The world all is hidden… 21 more words


The Light Which Makes The Light Which Makes The Day by John Davies

That Power which gave me eyes the World to view,
To see my self infused an inward light,
Whereby my soul, as by a mirror true, 1,031 more words


Charlie Honeysuckle

I worked for a steel company,
They threw me away for a kid with a silver spoon.
The hell with the politics,
I will get drunk with the stars and the moon. 76 more words