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A Man and His Dogs

There was a man who used to walk his two dogs in the neighborhood where I grew up. He had long, almost pill-shaped head, his hair having vacated the most of his head in the comparably favorable realm of only occasionally visible chest and arm hair. 453 more words

Creative Non-fiction

Unveiling a New Addition to the Show this Weekend

“Angel’s Nest” Weatherford, Texas

This striving after imitative expression, which one meets every where, is significant of the aim of nature, but is mere stenography.  There are higher degrees, and nature has more splendid endowments for those whom she elects to a superior office; for the class of scholars or writers, who see connection where the multitude see fragments, and who are impelled to exhibit the facts in order, and so to supply the axis on which the frame of things turns. 394 more words


A Song or five.

A super blogger asked me to take part in a song for a day for five days, as we are moving house this will be difficutl but I will take a twist on the rules and post 5 songs on one day so I can take part. 124 more words




Forgotten faces behind dust frosted glass, from memories faded,

once on trend décor’s now a bygone scene, frozen in time, jaded,

and the tick-tock of the clock. 123 more words


Arrival: Where Cinema and Poetry Converge

Warning: This article contains spoilers for the film Arrival, so if you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend you go watch it before continuing reading. 413 more words