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Love Hasn't Happened

Love hasn’t happened yet, and I reckon that it never will, because I’d rolled around this earth for over thirty years now, and, still, I hadn’t see one single love that’s worth my time. 197 more words

Coming To Terms

Ruffed Grouse Preening

Birds have up to 25,000 feathers, and most birds preen, or clean, waterproof and align their feathers, several times a day. Ruffed grouse, as well as most other birds, possess an uropygial gland, or preen gland, on their rump. 181 more words

Birds

Perhaps

perhaps the
bitterness of winter
was just what it
needed after the
beautiful death of
autumn.

perhaps your
stale breathe and
cold lips
were just what I… 7 more words

Poem

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Making a Recovery...

novels on screen: can the movie ever be better than the book?

I can’t decide whether I’m excited or not at the prospect of a live action version on The BFG by Roald Dahl (I’ve just realised he was way ahead of his time with the acronym usage, BTW). 879 more words

Film

Winged Female Woolly Aphids Leaving Sumac Leaf Galls

The sac-like galls found on Staghorn and Smooth Sumac are anywhere from marble- to ping pong ball-size, and usually become obvious in late summer when they often acquire a rosy pink blush. 124 more words

Adaptations

A Little in Love

A Little in Love (Susan Fletcher)

“I was just one little person in a world of millions but I still mattered” (loc. 1209).

“It’s hard to imagine it—fifty years from now. 664 more words

The worst kind of adaptation. (Hellraiser: Revelations.)

(Please note. I chopped this article together quickly. Partly because I wanted to have something out that could be vaguely defined as Halloween-themed. But it also fits with the slapdash and hurried nature of the subject matter.) 1,995 more words

Adaptations