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~ In the sun’s shadows, is where my story lives, in Iron Forest Town; an old town, of old trees and ‘older ways’ ~

  In the sun’s shadows, is where my story lives, in Iron Forest Town; an old town, of old trees and ‘older ways’. One dusty, long ribbon of a road, was the only road that lead to Iron Forest. A place where kindred and townsfolk alike, knew how to weave a story; knew how to keep secrets hidden; A place where the days always feel more than … Read More ~ In the sun’s shadows, is where my story lives, in Iron Forest Town; an old town, of old trees and ‘older ways’ ~

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~Do we keep some of the sweetest things, hidden in a dark place for fear of losing the rich memory of intimacy; or are we just afraid?

    ~  I live with my Father, Magnus. Like his Father before him, he is a miner, woodsman, master hunter and my protector; always watching but has a suffering allowance for my independent and curious nature. Father, lighting his pipe, sits with me on our large, southern wood porch every evening I can recall, since I was a girl child. His stories weave … Read More ~Do we keep some of the sweetest things, hidden in a dark place for fear of losing the rich memory of intimacy; or are we just afraid?

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To my Father; to all the men we have known who have protected, nurtured and taught us with love & guidance…

My Father, Michael Douglas Flannery, I remember with great fondness and love. He was a quiet, strong and patient man who gave me a sense of security as a child. I admired his patience and passion for the things he loved to do and people he loved to share his time with. He was a quiet man and as a child, when I would look up at him, his … Read More To my Father; to all the men we have known who have protected, nurtured and taught us with love & guidance…

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Historic Joppa Church and Haunting Tales near Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

  The earthy Pioneer country people, their homes and churches, the surrounding sinkholes and caves and the beautiful Joppa escarpment is what helped create the area and National Park we know as Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. There once were 13 churches in this region now there are two left here in the Mammoth Cave area. Joppa Missionary Church and Cemetery, circa 1862, is one of the historical … Read More Historic Joppa Church and Haunting Tales near Mammoth Cave, Kentucky

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~A Summer’s Dream~

~A Summer’s Dream~ The Cicada buzz mounts to a vibratory fury and descends swift, as I watch the mist settle upon the summer fields. Bull thistle has gone to seed among the barn; white flurries dance, softly, upon the electric aether, before the storm. I wander a lush and timeless countryside, where feathery mimosa trees blossom, in their sweet sugared fragrance, cooked by a fiery … Read More ~A Summer’s Dream~

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‘Lady of the Woods’

‘Lady of the Woods’   Shimmering ashes and silvered cloth, drape long and smooth, Like a slow fog that whispers over the forest path, to adorn the Lady of the Woods. As the sun lies down before her, a glory of mist in the smoky heaven; the very breath of Angels of the winter land. Her lullaby… shattered crystals, that resonate bright upon the … Read More ‘Lady of the Woods’

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” If They Knew our Secret”

Gateways, my ways… stories are a timeless lullaby; dreamy, I’m forgetting, beyond the veil. Lucid light, awakens me again. Suddenly, moments have accountability; suddenly moments in our summer, reign forever… Will the Angels beyond, smile upon us, if they knew our secret…   ___  Tommie Flannery Baskis —-

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Wild Crafting Plants for Perfume and the Old Way of ‘Staining’ Cloth

“My dream has been to create something truly special, distinctive and lovely from nature;  the scent, that when adorned, would evoke the story and mood of the carefully selected notes and essences that were chosen for each artisan crafted perfume and cologne. I believe in the power of weaving a story out of natures own roots, flowers, leaves, wood, spices and fruits…” -Tommie Flannery Baskis- I was … Read More Wild Crafting Plants for Perfume and the Old Way of ‘Staining’ Cloth

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Dreams from the Wood Porch

    Dreams From The Wood Porch A stirring, of rust colored leaves, rise ethereal with clay dust, as the girl child dances under the hazy sun of the afternoon heat. Not yet an Angel, gold dipped in sin and prayer; her tinkling laughter is matched by the cicada drone, that beats with hypnotic fervor. He rocks back and forth ceremoniously on the old porch … Read More Dreams from the Wood Porch

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Slippin’ Creek is Just a Stones Throw

  I’m my Mother’s shiny girl child when she left me here. I’m the seed of love from my Father, distant watcher; proud of my growing. My Grandmother spoke to me on the last hour of her death bed –  “Child don’t take money for things undone and things that should not be done” Boy, don’t you know slippin’ creek is just a stones … Read More Slippin’ Creek is Just a Stones Throw

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Angel Blue and Einar in Marrowbone Town (in the beginning…)

Originally posted on Duskflyer Vision Art & Productions:
? ? Marrowbone town is as ancient and orphic as the memory is intimate with secrets. Light is the same at Marrowbone in the morning as it is at dusk, when the sun and star shine, upon silver sheen fog, reach the eyes. One will find many treasures and visions among the souls of townsfolk here.…

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“The life that came before us, once was more, than a forgotten dream. It is from this place, that we have come forth.”

Originally posted on Duskflyer Vision Art & Productions:
? I have always enjoyed finding ‘a lost story’ among the ruins of abandoned places. There is a mystery, a hidden tale to be unlocked from those things and people that have come before us. It is like a quiet force that calls to me; to discover what must be seen and understood. I have a unique perspective and purpose…

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