Archive for Etheree

  1. FLIGHT OF FANTASY • by Sandra Crook 3 Comments

      Chime and chime again, still deeper into darkness towards dawn. Inspiration tumbles through a mind that craves for rest, tired fingers tap at mental keys, weaving stories which seem wondrous yet fragment like cobwebs in the morning light.   Sandra Crook lives in Cambridgeshire, UK and spends several months a year cruising the French […]

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  2. BROKEN HEARTLANDS • by Nicky Phillips 5 Comments

    Stop, see this bleak, barren devastation where formerly was abundant fruitful growth. What’s been destroyed has to wait, lie fallow, readjust until one day, looking in, our gaze will be pulled into focus on the first green shoots. Nicky Phillips is a poet and short story writer who has had work published in The Times, […]

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  3. LILY (AN ETHEREE) • by Robin V. Herrnfeld 19 Comments

    Pale petals lily white striped with purple yesterday flowering in a glorious bloom an essence of innocence overnight ravished and faded raintorn from its stalk and huddled now like a dead bird fallen down to dark earth. American born and raised, Robin V. Herrnfeld has spent most of her adult life in Germany. Always an […]

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  4. WATER (AN ETHEREE) • by Robin V. Herrnfeld 20 Comments

    Drip upon drop becomes a flow too strong to stop, a river swirling sweeping muddy mass, water tumbling tossing torrents tearing trees unearthing, hurtling rocks head over heels driving death downhill, devastatingly destroyed. American born and raised, Robin V. Herrnfeld has spent most of her adult life in Germany. Always an avid reader and interested in […]

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