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Poems By Us & Ones By Others To Share

Ok, Folks. I think a poetry thread would be great, besides it ll be great reading for me, since I m not much of a poet. 29 more words


Walking – I never felt that I was suited for such a mundane looking activity. It’s honest confession of a guy who feels that sweating out is all that ever matters and walking doesn’t fit the bill! 84 more words


Searching Solution

James ‘these days am searching research’

Tom ‘means’

James ‘an itch to start something makes me research

Tom ‘means’

James ‘it means identifying something which will help conceive something?’ 38 more words

Tending sheep camp

Tiarnan and Rhen went with me to move sheep camp on Tennessee Creek in the Routt Forest. Jean Carlos was happy to see the boys and fed them a hearty lunch of spaghetti, vienna sausage and mixed vegetables. 80 more words


Welcome #designheads

The Mid Century Modernist was designed as a curator for perhaps one of the greatest times in the history of modern design. A time when the likes of LeCorbusier, Eero Saarinen, and Florence Knoll have decided to innovate and improve the things we interact with everyday. 66 more words


Inside's Upsides: Confessions of a Literal Homeboy

Howdilly-doodily readerino’s.

So I’ve finally managed to finish all the complex doo-dad’s and whatnot’s of university, the main cause of my lacklustre blogging, successfully graduating with First Class Honors (I know, it’s ridic) in Creative and Media Writing. 1,988 more words

Jolt and battery. Only the powerful.

Why is it that the powerful ones always choose 2 a.m.?

The dog scurries into the back closet instead of defensive mode. The cat? Well, the forehead punctures and a snarling imitation of Daniel Boone’s hat is predictable when the nightly zen cat coma is abruptly punctuated by high-pitched sounds. 341 more words