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Comings and Goings

Dear friend,

I’ve been thinking about arrivals and departures. Comings and goings.

Why should our arrivals be different than our departures? We are just travelers, you know, from one place to the other, from one time to the next. 514 more words


You don't know anything unless you're in one's shoes

It’s refreshing to have someone lighthearted around you, someone that is bubbly, happy-go-lucky, and being the mood maker even when dark clouds are looming ahead. 512 more words


William Bradley, a Brilliant Essayist Gone Too Soon — BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog

By Dinty W. Moore The nonfiction community lost a bright intellect and fierce advocate yesterday with the death of our friend William Bradley. William wrote of his battle with cancer and the love he had for his wife Emily this past December here on the Brevity blog, and authored the flash essay “Julio at Large,” a […]

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She woke between pained breaths and said,
“they’ve all
crossed over.”

So, after soothing her shock
of white bang back,
we hurried to measure… 89 more words



Written for:  Imaginary Gardens With Live Toads – Play It Again, Toads
Pick an archived prompt.  (posted by Shay’s Word Garden)
Create a post based on any of these photographs, or one of your own, on the theme of arriving or departing. 67 more words

Purple's Home

The encoffiner

In the last note

of life’s saddest song

he comes

to give

to the family

of the one asleep

a final recollection

of what once was… 66 more words


Crazy yabangeeelar

Only living boy in New York  (this link contains other tracks too, unfortunately I couldn’t get the single track links to work because….Turkey)

For ages I thought this song was ‘only little boy’, not quite a classic Peter Kay mishearing of a song but regardless it describes how I frequently felt while living in Turkey. 996 more words