Tag Archives: love

Limitless – Ken Gierke #writephoto

Limitless Carved by raw emotion, this well knows no true depth, each day fathomed further as our love grows. And each day, tapped as a source of joy, it delivers to us infinite rewards. Reblogged from rivrvlogr

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“If at first…”

Sleep would have been nice. I’m told it is good for you. I was certainly tired enough and expected to fall into a deep slumber as soon as my head hit the pillow… well, at least by the second chapter… … Continue reading

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Three words felt, not spoken, Known only in the inmost heart That change the world And how you see it. It doesn’t matter who Or how, or where. Time and distance have no meaning, When you Know it. Nor do … Continue reading

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Down the Snow Stairs

It has been a weekend of inclement weather. When the Siberian winds finally dropped, the snow fell, closing roads and making even the shortest journey hazardous. Snow always takes me back to childhood, even when it is inconvenient or the … Continue reading

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Dark – Sisyphus #writephoto

Perhaps it was how it had to be: The landscape reflected his soul, deep in sorrow, For mourning was now the only feeling left… Yet, through the clouds, A sun ray could be seen, Reflected in the calm water of … Continue reading

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A Dog? You Want A Dog? – Geoff Le Pard

Reblogged from Tangental: The Le Pard home, circa 2002 comprised four humans of various sizes, sexes and sophistications, two cats, two tortoises, the last survivors of a tropical fish experiment and a dozen whistling cockroaches. In considering the decision-making structure … Continue reading

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A photograph…

Looking for photographs, I opened a folder on the computer. The first image I came across had me unexpectedly in tears. I have seen it hundreds of times and simply smiled, if a little wistfully. Yet this time, for some … Continue reading

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