Daily Archives: March 5, 2017

Spring by Hayley R.Hardman #writephoto

It was the first time Shell had been outside since early autumn. Strangely, everything looked the same; there were leaves on the ground, the trees were bare and clear water was still running in the man made stream. The air … Continue reading

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Guest author: Adele Marie Park – Wisps of vision

The boy sat on the blanket box which was underneath the window. He turned his head and looked at me. I saw then that he was a down syndrome child. He smiled at me and I smiled back. The room … Continue reading

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Time is Fleeting, Never Stop by Randall Collis

Reblogged from Global Sojurns Photography: Unfamiliar territory, the uncertainty paralyzes. A surge of panic fills my head and heart, only to be soothed by the perfect amber of a freshly poured Czech beer. “Here I go again…” Lost. Around me … Continue reading

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Spring by Ritu Bhathal #writephoto

Spring forth with new life Drink from me to renew self Feel energy soar ~~~ But drink sparingly Drops are better than huge gulps Just enough for you Continue reading: Spring #writephoto

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Solitaire by Reena #Writephoto

The water cleansed, grime and dirt from the Past, but tiny pebbles hurt my feet bare. Stepping out to meet the Present was a respite much-needed, but the rough terrain did not much care. Continue reading: Solitaire #Writephoto

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Interpretations

“ … the standard translation of one of the chief scriptures of China refers to the venerable Lao Tse as “the Old Boy”. This sounds comical to European ears, yet it is not so far removed from the words of … Continue reading

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A Far-Flown Arrow… Stuart France

* “Where did she go?” “I dunno.” Poor  Fran and Cor, in this day and age people are not supposed to disappear, or at least, not like that. They still do though. Despite their understandable confusion. Over a thousand people … Continue reading

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