Daily Archives: February 27, 2018

Dusk – Joe M #writephoto

“How romantic, Paul. I’ll remember this dusk forever. And yes, of course I’ll marry you.” “I wouldn’t call this dusk, not quite yet.” “What?” “Dusk refers to the darker shades of twilight. Twilight is a crepuscular word for the soft, … Continue reading

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Gazing Into the Memory of a Lens. – A Galore of Words #writephoto

Opaque foam floats over the ocean-like sky, admonishing gravity. My eyes deceive me as the sun opposes the heavens. Hiding behind the mirage infested water, this celestial rebel admires its refraction; a superimposition on the realm of the sky. As … Continue reading

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Guest author: Colin Guest – On writing

My name is Colin Guest who as an expat has worked in fifteen countries and lived a life most only dream. Since retiring from working, I spend my time writing and get great pleasure from doing so. I find writing to be both relaxing and enjoyable. For those … Continue reading

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Dusk at the Lake – Penny Wilson #writephoto

Dusk at the lake. I pick cattails and think of summers Spent with you. Continue reading at Penny Wilson Writes

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Poetic vision

The poet sees the world through other eyes, His vision fixed beyond horizon’s span, He walks imagination in disguise And sees behind the humble mask of man. Where artists fix a vision in a frame To hold a mirror for … Continue reading

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#writephoto #haibun from .@ImageCurve – Frank J. Tassone

Nothing left to offer but the rain sunset on the Ramapo Mountains not a drop falls via #Free-style Friday (2/23/18): A #writephoto #haibun from .@ImageCurve – Frank J. Tassone

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The heartbeat of eternity

Peering at the faded remains of a dark ‘instant’ photo from the seventies, I felt both close to and distant from the young woman silhouetted against the fence. Her future is my memory. She was still a schoolgirl, yet to … Continue reading

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Memories #midnighthaiku

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