#WRITEPHOTO – SLOW DOWN by pensitivity101

A sweet entry full of love by pensitivity101

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For visually challenged writersthe image shows an area of plants with a sign showing 5MPH.

An area of plants with a sign showing 5MPH.
Slow Down – Image by KL Caley

It was his favourite place he said,
One where he could think and relax.
The view was restful,
The surroundings peaceful,

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Much Love
KL 

#WRITEPHOTO – SLOW DOWN by Keep it alive

A beautifully penned poem with some great advice by Sadje over at Keep it alive

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For visually challenged writersthe image shows an area of plants with a sign showing 5MPH.

An area of plants with a sign showing 5MPH.
Slow Down – Image by KL Caley
Take a breather

Slow down a bit

All this running around 

Is taking a toll on your health

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Life in the slow lane – Keep it alive

Much Love
KL 

#WRITEPHOTO – SLOW DOWN by inkdrops

A sweet entry by inkdrops

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For visually challenged writersthe image shows an area of plants with a sign showing 5MPH.

An area of plants with a sign showing 5MPH.
Slow Down – Image by KL Caley

With the petrol heads

ignoring the policeman’s signs

to take their foot off the accelerator

Mother Nature decided to intervene

What’s the rush?

she asked by the roadside

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Much Love
KL 

#Writephoto Round-Up – PUMPKIN

What will emerge
From these bright green vines
Spiky to hold
Stretching and creeping
Across the murky brown soil
Bright yellow flowers
Burst into life
As they fade
They do not die
But transform
Into a golden orb
That grows and grows
Until late autumn nights
When the pumpkin is picked
And celebrated far and wide.

Pumpkin in a pumpkin patch
Pumpkin – Image by KL Caley

Last year we started our first ever allotment and to our great delight, one of the things which have grown wonderfully is pumpkins. This year we got a wonderful collection of pumpkins, we invited my little boy’s friends over to pick one each. Not only did we get to show my little one the value of nurturing something and watching it grow but we then got to see the sheer joy on all the little one’s faces as they got to pick out a treasured pumpkin, it was a wonderful feeling. It reminds us just how wonderful, beautiful and fascinating nature can be.

Pumpkins in the Car - Image by KL Caley
Pumpkins in the Car – Image by KL Caley

Not so much love for the little pumpkin this week but thank you for all the fabulous entrants.

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I hope you’ll join me for another #writephoto challenge published today at 12 o’clock GMT.

Thank you all again for taking part in #writephoto – PUMPKIN

With special thanks to Sue who originally made the #writephoto challenge so meaningful for all of us and gave me her blessing to continue it.

Take Care
KL ❤

#WRITEPHOTO – PUMPKIN by PENSITIVITY101

A cute entry about all the marvellous things a pumpkin brings.

Thank you so much for taking part in the #Writephoto – PUMPKIN prompt.

For visually challenged writersthe image shows an orange pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

Pumpkin in a pumpkin patch
Pumpkin – Image by KL Caley

From seeds they grow and flourish.
Tended lovingly, they thrive and then……………
Some are carved, emptied, and illuminated,
Some are peeled, cut and roasted,

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Much Love
KL 

#Writephoto Round-Up – SKULLS

Aaah I’m late, sorry everyone. I’ve been back and forth to the dentist this week and it looks like I need to have root canal treatment so needless to say I’m not quite on top of my game at the moment.

Box of Skulls
Skulls – Image by KL Caley

So, onto my mystery box of skulls. As a few of you may know, I bought a house a few months ago, it needed a ton of renovation work and we’ve been chipping away at it ever since. The house seems to have had a few interesting occupants previously, amongst the things we have found so far is a box of skulls, wallpaper with floating heads all over it, a few letters in a child’s hand, and various army type belongings. We’ve also had a handwritten letter posted through the door telling of God’s plan to bring an end to it all (obviously all are entitled to their own religious beliefs and values but was rather uncomfortable being contacted like this). My friends now get joy out of the house and can’t wait to hear stories about the latest things we find.

Letter received

I’ve had so many wonderful responses and enjoyed each and every one. I have tried to reblog a few since the post went out so hopefully, you will have seen some of them trickling through, but here is the list below (if I have missed anyone, please let me know). It makes for fantastic reading.

Entries:


I hope you’ll join me for another #writephoto challenge published today at 12 o’clock GMT.

Thank you all again for taking part in #writephoto – skulls

With special thanks to Sue who originally made the #writephoto challenge so meaningful for all of us and gave me her blessing to continue it.

Take Care
KL ❤

#WRITEPHOTO – SKULLS by Ladyleemanila

A twisty tale from a dark park.

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For visually challenged writersthe image shows a cardboard box full of various (animal?) skulls.

Box of Skulls
Skulls – Image by KL Caley

The hour was late
Was this my fate?
In the rippling park
I found a mark
Total darkness
It was so airless

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#WRITEPHOTO – SKULLS – Ladyleemanila

Much Love
KL 

#WRITEPHOTO – SKULLS by Therapy Bits

A fun poetic entry by Therapy Bits

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For visually challenged writersthe image shows a cardboard box full of various (animal?) skulls.

Box of Skulls
Skulls – Image by KL Caley

Its that time of year
Once again its here
Gools and gobblins
Ghosts and witches
Skulls and cross bones
Halloween has really come to town!

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#Writephoto-skulls – Therapy Bits 

Much Love
KL 

#WRITEPHOTO – SKULLS by pensitivity101

A creepy, twisty story that feels like it will lead to more by pensitivity101

Thank you so much for taking part in the #Writephoto – SKULLS prompt.

For visually challenged writersthe image shows a cardboard box full of various (animal?) skulls.

Box of Skulls
Skulls – Image by KL Caley

Pete shone his torch round the cavern as his friends waited impatiently at the top of the crumbled stairway.
‘What?’ said Simon.
‘Is it treasure?’ asked Allison at the same time.
Alan in the meantime was looking to see if they could safely get down, or if Pete could get out.
‘I don’t think it’s worth anything, unless to a bone collector but……………..’
His voice dwindled away.

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Much Love
KL 

#WRITEPHOTO – SKULLS by Masons Menagerie

A box of bones quickly becomes the catalyst for a horrifying murder when Sleuth Holly and her grandfather get on the case!

Thank you so much for taking part in the #Writephoto – SKULLS prompt.

For visually challenged writersthe image shows a cardboard box full of various (animal?) skulls.

Box of Skulls
Skulls – Image by KL Caley

“Well strike me down with a fibula. What sort of skulduggery is this!” Old Archie Hamilton had been a forensic pathologist for forty years. He thought nothing could surprise him.

Then the box arrived in the mail this morning.

The regular brown cardboard box smelled like death. For that reason, Archie had decided to open it on his mortuary table. Inside was the morbid collection of animal skulls and bones.

“What a thoughtful gift,” remarked Doctor Rose Quinton another of the police pathologist. Dressed in her blue gown, she was preparing to examine the remains of a poor soul found in a drainage ditch that morning.

“And there was me hoping for a nice bar of chocolate,” Archie rolled his eyes behind his glasses as he picked up the phone. “Detective Ward, can I see you in pathology, please?”

It was ten minutes before DCI Derek Ward arrived in his graphite grey suit and trench coat. The ageing detective wasn’t alone. With him, wearing an almost identical trench coat was his sleuthy eighteen-year-old granddaughter Holly. The teen was the head waitress in her mother’s Workhouse restaurant. She wasn’t an official police officer of course, but with kindred training was good at solving criminal mysteries.

Archie beamed, he had fond memories of watching her grow up with her grandfather. “Good Morning, Detective Ward. How nice of you to bring your grandfather along,” he said with a wink.

“Hello Archie, it’s lovely to see you,” Holly said with a smile.

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Much Love
KL