Friday, October 20, 2017

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I went out yesterday afternoon to the back of my property to get the memory cards out of my two trail cams that are back there. It was also a time for me to replace the batteries since they were going on being a month old. I usually grab the memory cards about once a week, but then it just depends on how much activity is going on back there. I have them set on on my path facing each other about 50 yards apart. There is one set just before the drop off to go down to the creek which faces the house and the other is up the path facing down towards the creek itself. The picture above is from the... Read More

South of THE WILD WILD WEST? riginal.

Prof. Meeningoflifeinski. Resident Math/English literature incucumber (used to be in string beans-string broke) fellow vegetational guest at Harvard. Official address park bench four 3rd hedgerow on the left 20 metric feet "west of the wall I'll wait for you, west of the wall I'll be true too..."

Why do young lovers say that they'll wait "West of the Wall?" Most these days can't wait for anything! Can't wait to be born, can't wait til they grow up, can't wait til their parents go out to see the movie 'West of the Wall' so they can face each... Read More

“You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment. Fools stand on their island of opportunities and look toward another land. There is no other land; there is no other life but this.” - Henry David Thoreau

He reached out, with tentative explorations, in the heavy darkness. Night and day seem the same in a world where light refuses to shine. Colors are there, regardless of illumination, and he could on occasion feel them as real as the cold chill that accompanied this new life. When the vision of the journey's end is robbed, and the consuming... Read More

The first time I read through this jumble, I only understood half of the message but when I relaxed it was easy. Also when the background is a darker blue (When I copied and pasted), it is very simple to pick out the words. For some reason it is even more relaxing and the words seem to pop up from the page.

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It was the most brilliant of times that I have ever known, the morning’s bright, blue and blushing with gorgeous reservation. For the very first time I can hear my calling so sure and clear, adaptive and viral whistling in the wind daily.

Blessed am I, for I have seen my angel, illuminating her beauty in its illustrious perfection, like an exquisite stallion of gentility, refinement and wonder. Most gracious is my awe, in anticipation of her lights splendor. Never again will I be able to contain my emotions for they are forever exposed to her light, like the pure darkness of the night... Read More

The title above contains some of the most valuable words in the English language, and in the world of creative writing, their probably the most effective ones an author will ever use.

To an unknown writer like myself, I was virtually lost while attempting to craft my first manuscript. I had a story and characters in mind, scenery where dramatic action and conversations would happen, along with various feelings, sensations, passions, and other crazy emotions I wanted the reader to experience. In my mind, I knew what the story would look like, say, on television or up on the silver screen.... Read More

DYSLEXIA. (N): Impaired ability to read. NOTE: Not caused by low intelligence. In my case I embrace both with a savage passion. Don't have a 'memory' which I purposely shut down at a very young age too but that hasn't stopped me from doing what Iexcell at. Being an idiot.

If you were to give me a large sum of money I wouldn't remember your name the next day. As opposed to my missus who can remember my name with a mental prod and intensive word desalination. "Will you stop crying and give me that bloody wallet? Hello! going shopping, be buck soon. Can you massage just here I've... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?