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PA, PAD, Day 18, Prompt: Weather

After the Storm, Peace

Are you ready for
a storm?
Calmness before
Calamity, after?
And when it comes
Can you run for
To…wards, or… 21 more words

Turn down the volume and live a little

Whoa. My life has gotten a little loud! That means I find myself distracted by voices in the lobby, by my own thoughts and by every freakin’ song on the radio.  1,151 more words


The Sea : A Film Review

The Sea by John Banville, for which he has written this screenplay film adaptation is a novel which one does not immediately see as being of a visual narrative. 1,889 more words


Cabo da Roca

Continental Europe’s most western point looks relatively calm, but this part of Portugal feels wild. You step off the bus and the wind immediately tries to shove you back on. 27 more words


Sailing on dhows and working in the auto industry

A facebook friend sent me a URL to a blogpost which introduced Sons of Sinbad by Alan Villiers…  What struck me was the contention that the book was “probably the only work of western travel literature that focuses on the seafarers of the Arabian Peninsula.” 1,131 more words


Three hundred and fifty one

Five Waves

2003 by Thomas A Clark
an island postcard (2) published by Essence Press

Essence Press publish minimalist works by artists and poets, predominantly from artist Julie Johnstone. 227 more words

Twenty First-Century