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...And When She Woke Up...

…she felt as though she were choking, the heat surrounding her on all sides as if it was steam she was inhaling instead of the oxygen that her lungs craved. 236 more words

Evocative

one's line, one's self

Tomorrow, I head to an architect’s office to talk to a group of architects and designers about the key role of the power of mark-making in their design process; specifically in their practice. 21 more words

Amman in Rain

Note: This piece is meant to be purely descriptive, and was written for fun over the course of a slow, rainy afternoon.

Amman is the city of beige. 1,457 more words

Writing

Evocative

Here’s today’s moment of beauty – ‘Evoke’..

It struck me as being so beautiful, plastered on a wall along my morning walk. Maybe because that is what I’m trying to do here – evoke the everyday beauty in life…

Evocative

Practical Proverbial, from Mark, 13 January 2015

So Jesus called them over to him and began to speak to them in parables.  Mark 3, verse 23.

I go back and forth on this concept.   591 more words

One Picture, One Thousand Words

‘Threadbare’
Before you read further – do you have any guesses as to what this might be?

This is a raw fractal I created in 2006, using a program called Apophysis.

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Art

Post Script: Remember Me This Way

Suspense, suspense, suspense.

Remember Me This Way

Sabine Durrant

Mulholland Books

Hodder & Stoughton

Hachette UK

ISBN 9781444762457

 

Description:

The new, brilliantly tense psychological thriller by Sabine Durrant, author of the hugely praised UNDER YOUR SKIN. 275 more words

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