Tag Archives: Life

I Will Find Death – Colleen Brown

Reblogged from Colleen Brown at The Chatter Blog: I will find death. Because it’s there to be found. It is not elusive. And I, here, am not eternal. But when I find it I’ll have a few things to say … Continue reading

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Feeding the imagination

“We were not Gods, but were of God, the strands of our existence not yet teased apart by Becoming, our function not yet defined.” So much for a Saturday evening… the night of the week most folk sit relaxing by … Continue reading

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Alone #writephoto Hayley R. Hardman

I knew I shouldn’t be alone but I was. Sitting on the edge of the cliff, I looked out. I could see an endless stretch of darkening blue sea, the waves bobbing gently and the sunset lit sky which tonight … Continue reading

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Watchers #writephoto by Hayley R. Hardman

Pausing on the footpath before the tall jagged rock faces, I got an odd feeling that I was being watched. Looking around, I couldn’t see anyone. The normal sounds of birds singing, the warm breeze shifting leaves and the water … Continue reading

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#Haiku Life Watchers #Writephoto – Balroop Singh

Hanging from the cliff I could watch the antithesis  Life is powerful. Source: #Haiku Life Watchers #Writephoto – Emotional Shadows

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A game of peaks and troughs

I have spent a long time, over the years, watching lives drawn on screens by a moving point of light. Watching those monitor, I couldn’t help comparing them to the video games my sons used to play where their on-screen … Continue reading

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A visit to Somerton – A monumental family

The tombs of the great and good fascinate many people. They are often superb works of art in their own right and preserve a remarkable record of the people, customs and costumes of their day. While paintings and sketches may … Continue reading

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