Leaves fall from the world.
Haggard figures line its branches.
I visit thin places where dream
Presses in with veins of mist.
Hours crawl like spectres… 18 more words
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Spectres is the richest and most atmospheric album made by Blue Oyster Cult, and my personal favorite by them. I’ve followed this band for most of my life—I’ve seen them in concert twenty-one times, including what turned out to be the final reunion of all five original members—and never have all of the singers and songwriters in and connected to this band constructed more fantastical worlds than those found on Spectres. 367 more words
So, I haven’t written on my blog this week mostly because I have been too sick to leave the house since Wednesday evening. Then today I was about to get started and my friend introduced me to http://nanowrimo.org Sadly, my shiny filter did not work and I started trying to write a novel. 98 more words
The peer-reviewed e-journal Otherness: Essays and Studies is now accepting submissions for its general issue, forthcoming Winter 2013. Otherness: Essays and Studies publishes research articles from and across different scholarly disciplines that examine, in as many ways as possible, the concepts of otherness and alterity. 259 more words
A regiment was passing through Derbyshire on its way to fresh quarters in the North. The Colonel, as they stayed for the night in one of the country towns, was invited to dine at a country-house in the neighbourhood, and to bring any one he liked with him. 448 more words