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ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD

This expression, first used by William Shakespeare in ‘Merchant of Venice’, is so glaringly true, even today.

It denotes that everything that looks ‘precious’ or ‘attractive’ or ‘in a certain way’, in reality, may not be that way. 498 more words

The IT Guy - Part One

This will be the last sad story I write for awhile – as I will revert to the deviance chapters of my life to date: those stories make me gleeful and are no doubt less depressing. 439 more words

A Woman Scorned

All That Glitters Is Not Gold

The woman in the card is holding a huge pearl in one hand and a platter of  coins and pearls in the other. She stands in a silver room looking out at a Golden City on the horizon. 118 more words

HEAR, O OUR GOD, HOW WE ARE DESPISED!

1/11/15

The Bible states in Nehemiah 4:1-23
New American Standard Bible (NASB)

4 Now it came about that when Sanballat heard that we were rebuilding the wall, he became furious and very angry and mocked the Jews. 895 more words

The Big Idea (Tales from Luddley-cum-Mogwash part 5)

As Sebastian sat huddled in the bus shelter, drowning his sorrows in a bottle of Campari, hiding from marauding Mogwashian Mimers; Moonchild Etherington-Smythe was conversing with her ironing board and was expressing ironing boardness onto canvas. 280 more words

Creative Writing

“Beach & Sand”

“Beach & Sand” is a reflection born out of a long, ‘lonely’, early morning walk on a beautiful Polish beach and a brief conversation about the British seaside with a colleague of mine. 202 more words

Poetry