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Passages: Gift From The Sea, Anne Morrow Lindbergh

In 1955 a forty-nine-year-old Anne Morrow Lindberg (Wife to famed aviator Charles Lindbergh) spent two weeks alone in a New England coastal cottage, where she penned her thoughts on aging, relationships, solitude, being a woman, and caring for the soul. 3,084 more words


Passages: The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald

This is the second entry in my Passages series, where I transcribe my favorite passages from a book I have just finished reading. Today I felt like an enjoyable read and thus returned to a story I relate to as both a writer and a human being. 1,528 more words


Passages: Inner Reaches of Outer Space, Joseph Campbell

Prologue: Introducing Passages

I have begun sharing select literary passages on Facebook as of late, where, despite my small list of friends, I have received a substantial amount of positive feedback in the form of likes, shares, and comments. 2,000 more words


Passage Picts

A few pictures from the passage, I wanted to take more but it was too wet for any electronics outside. 85 more words

Alive yet dead

Celebrate the deads life

Not the livings achievements

© Duc Nguyen WordsOnEmptyEars, 2015


In the Making

Today Renee came and knit with me at the bench.  “Am I seeing double?” C. asked smiling as she drove by.  I did a second hour of knitting since I felt motivated to knit longer after Renee joined me.  477 more words