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Only a Flower Left

Photo prompt provided by The Reclining Gentleman.

This was it, she thought, as she sat down heavily after the crowds had dispersed. All that was left to her from the man she loved most in the world was a single flower and a cold grey stone, indicating that he was somewhere beneath this earth. 109 more words


Periods of intense concentration, followed by times of disengagement, spent partially feeling submersed in a fish tank and partly trying not to let your mind behave like the intro of Amelie.


February 11: Imagining The Future

We need men who can dream of things that never were. ~John F Kennedy

Can we imagine a building that has never been built? A song that has never been sung?

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The universe's dreams exceed our own

It’s quite possible the world has more in store for each one of us than we can imagine. Yes, we can dream, but maybe the stuff of beyond our dreams may come true? 187 more words


Public Relations On Behalf Of The Truth: What A Concept

Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
February 11, 2016

Is it even possible?

Consider an entrepreneur, group, company that has something genuinely important to deliver or sell… 230 more words


February Notes on books.

Emerson actually owned Thoreau’s Walden Pond. Twain recounted bar room stories from miners because he was one. Rowling wrote while on welfare. OZ was written on the smallest desk with file cabinet canopies. 604 more words


The rules of communication

Lately I have been engaged in a number of conversations about meaning in the arts and art as a form of communication. The inimitable Chuck Wendig had… 1,259 more words