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Tragedy - Tod und Frau by Käthe Kollwitz

Gripped by her fate, the woman succumbs. Half-alive, half-deceased, she leaves her body and her soul in the hands of Death and Life.
Death, materialized by a skeleton, hangs to her waist, his bones seizing her legs. 271 more words


He will show you a good standard of living! (Not as in where you live)

Apparently, thinking about murdering everyone wasn’t an acceptable behavior.

“Even if I don’t act on it?” They frowned, hating the conversation. They shouldn’t have been here, with mom’s husband’s brother. 117 more words


September 23rd

The trees lined up for her. The sun paused her setting to cast a golden light for her arrival. Yet, she tiptoed from one shadow to the next. 44 more words


Firsts, Followers, Magics

OBOD’s weekly email “Inspiration for Life” offers good advice here, but frequently my question after reading is this: how exactly do I go about practicing any insight it contains? 1,190 more words


2017 Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge Week 47: Left to the Imagination

This week’s topic for the Trevor Carpenter PhotoChallenge is to leave the image’s story to the viewer’s imagination. So have fun! Let me know what you think is going on in the comments. :)


Falling Up, by Shel Silverstein

My Copy: 9780060248024 (image from fanpop.com)

Shel Silverstein is the man. He’s an amazing, fun writer, illustrator, and has loads of imagination to spare. It’s early to be thinking about Christmas shopping, but when it comes down to it, Shel Silverstein is the one author I’d give to a kid no matter how old they are. 360 more words

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