The King – Haiku 2023 #ThursdayDoors

Gothic style’s ascent portal frames a kingdom rib vaults crown The King **** Consecrated in 1260, the site of the coronation of a king (Henry IV, 1594) and enthusiastically restored for centuries, rises the monument that is upheld as the most complete example of the transition from Early to High Gothic Architecture— Cathedral of OurContinue reading “The King – Haiku 2023 #ThursdayDoors”

Navigator, Chapter 23 – A Sunday Story

Chapter 23 It was raining catfishes and crawdads over Stonehenge; not literally but figuratively. It was the kind of rain that perhaps only crustaceans would enjoy, having a plethora of appendages to hold themself upright in the spin-washing cycle that the skies ruling over the sacred site had become. Moments earlier… Isabella soared skyward overContinue reading “Navigator, Chapter 23 – A Sunday Story”