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Orange Beads

Orange beads

I.

I nod to the flower
the colour of dark wine
stalks and spikes that tower
above my legs and spine

twin doors an orange spill… 233 more words

English Poems

Another place and time | Manvel, Texas Photographer

Here in Texas, it is quite common to see all kinds of gates and fences.

This gate is from another time probably back before the 1950’s or so. 42 more words

Sonya Lira Photography

Just a Glimpse

A narrow iron gateway on rue de la Sépède gives a glimpse of a grand mansion.  Built in 1761 for doctor Etienne Pourfour du Petit, dean of the Paris faculty of medicine from 1782 to 1784, the house was later enlarged by  the addition of a two storey attic under a mansard roof.   67 more words

Paris

Open The Gates

It’s time for Thursday Doors and the hounds are at the gate!

Ok, maybe there was just a blogger at the gate, but it doesn’t have quite the same punch, even if I did have a camera. 218 more words

Random Stuff

Changing Gates

I’m sure you’re good at following rules. I am .

Correction: We’re good at following certain rules. We’re good at following the rule we don’t mind following. 294 more words

Random Musings

Tax and Charity

The richest people in the world all want to be seen for their generosity, giving to charity.

But when you haven’t paid your taxes or even legally indulged in tax minimisation their philanthropic credentials have to be questioned. 6 more words