Sage Herblore (especially good for sultry heat and thunderstorms)

Originally posted on ravenhawks' magazine:
Often associated with the Autumn and Winter, as it remains visible and green in the harshest of Winters, it is late Spring and early Summer when Sage is truly at its most beautiful. It has become a common herb for cooks and one of the most popular garden herbs, however…

Friday Fantasy ~ Resurrection – #poetry

Originally posted on Night Owl Poetry – Dorinda Duclos:
They flew at her, pages, from all directions Retaliation, from years of corrections All she wanted, was simply perfection The ones she rejected, had found resurrection An editor’s job, is never that easy Some of the books, left her feeling quite queasy She never fancied, the…

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