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Fallen leaves make dapples in the moonlight on the terrace, and the silence falls as heavy as a leaden Sunday downpour, for in the nimble silver of the moonlight in the garden, there is sadness where the rose bloomed and now only hookéd thorns shine, and the dapples swarm like gravespots, and the silence cracks […]Continue reading “Fallen leaves make dapples — Jane Dougherty Writes”
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Create whatever this visual prompt inspires in you! Photo Credit: Last Door Down the Hall Original article: Prompt #1935 Visual Prompt of the Week – Mom and the Children of the Corn. Related posts:Prompt #1866 Visual Prompt of the Week – Oh My! Prompt #1831 Visual Prompt of the Week – Birthday Boys Prompt #1796… viaContinue reading “Prompt #1935 Visual Prompt of the Week – Mom and the Children of the Corn — The Writing Reader”
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