Evre is the creation of Tahiti Rae and I feel compelled to do a small tribute to her amazing work.

Ever since I became interested in astronomy and the Cosmos (Carl Sagan) I have been taken with the mystery of time and space. We are all caught in the cosmic veil which continuously folds and bends. I never felt this more keenly than when I visited the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum and walked through the profound silence of that suspended tapestry, forever and tragically stilled on Aug 24, 79 AD.

Tahiti Rae takes us on a beautiful virtual journey through alien abductions, spirit worlds and paranormal phenomenon that explores the layers of time and our perceived place in it that I call

The Journey to Everywhere

ten-thousand-miles

and I will come again my love

though it be ten thousand years

loosely borrowed from Scottish Poet, Robbie Burns

Till all the seas go dry, my Dear,
And the rocks melt with the sun!
O I will love you still, my Dear,
While the sands of life shall run.

And fare thee well, my only Love,
And fare thee well a while!
And I will come again, my Love,
Although it were ten thousand mile!
ad-infinitum
Ad Infinitum

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Annabelle and the eye in the cosmic garden

time-remembered

Many thanks AmandaMagick for the reblog and Tahiti Rae for the cosmic comment on Flickr  I have submitted a shortened  version of one of my stories to her memories project on Evre that  I call “Ghosts at the Lake.” (on my main blog)

For any who might be interested in Pompeii visit

Impressions on the Veil of Time

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