Siesta

Lazy afternoon, Head heavy, Eyes drifting Sleep calling To the wind Whispering, Through the leaves. The Sun stealing in Through slatted windows, Golden ribbons Of warmth Across browned skin. Blood running In busy, Concentric circles Through the ears, Like shallow waves Marrying the shores In a shady cove. That hour of solitude Where quiet sings…

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Thirty Seconds Tales #21: The Reader

She was like an oasis of quietude in an ocean of cacophony. Bent upon a book, meditating on the world that its gossamer words must have woven around her like a cocoon, she exuded a calm that did not pervade, neither did it intrude upon the bustle around her. It ensconced her like an eggshell…

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I Am Eternity

Sometimes some things As common as a rambling bush, Or a bunch of blooming Dandelions, Or the sunset filtering Through rusty barbed wire Can take your breath away. At times like these I stop and stare; It’s as if I’m looking at things anew, Like I’ve never had vision before And I’ve just found my eyes.…

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We Are The World Blogfest –

The end of the first month this year brings us to the 10th month of the We Are The World Blogfest. I can’t believe that it will be a year soon since we started this initiative to spread positivity in this world that is every day witnessing increasing violence, dissonance and hatred. My best wishes…

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Ironies

Why isn’t there a setting for slow and then super-duper slow on fans?  Why isn’t a Popsicle large enough to make you stop craving for another one?  Why do you pay for air from a chips packet when we have it for free outside?  Why do we always want to go pee when there’s no…

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