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Ghosts: Part Two

Ghosts, they come in many forms, invisible human beings, possessed items, even actual human figures, but are these “creatures” real? Well, if we follow the word all the way back to the roots, it has MANY different terms, but all have something to do with death or something scary. 412 more words

The Western Red Penguins and the week of 4/14

Sure, last night Seattle hosted some big names like Stephen Malkmus, and some local celebs like Michael Benjamin Lerner (Telekinesis), but new experiences are the best experiences. 145 more words

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Wisteria

The wisteria came and went. Driving down to St. Simons it was drizzling, and the wisteria purple, white and pink popped bright against the grey skies and green and black backdrops, amidst pine forests that lined highway traveling south. 40 more words

This Was My Twenty-third Username

Nothing has ever made me want to give up and drink my sorrows more than deciding on a URL. I think a befitting first post would be for me to moan about this. 405 more words

Much Like Me

Much like me, you make your way forward,
Walking with downturned eyes.
Well, I too kept mine lowered.
Passer-by, stop here, please.

Read, when you’ve picked your nosegay… 142 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument to Self Sacrifice

Postman’s Park, a quiet and peaceful space in London, a former churchyard, (there are several tombstones stacked up against the walls), and called so because it was a favourite lunchtime garden of workers from the General Post Office, and people still eat their lunch there.   129 more words

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