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The sound effects of just missing the overground.

I sit on the overground train heading east. The morning sun is warming my neck and my travel mug of coffee is warming my soul. The train is clacking from station to station, and I zone out as I watch the city skyline roll past. 229 more words

Writing

#RRBC May Member on the Move! @hughesedits4U

Our beautiful cover model for May, Mrs. Susan Hughes is a phenomenal supporter of RRBC and its members.  You can find her Twitter timeline overflowing with support for others.  1,017 more words

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Watching People Walk

Sitting in the airport waiting for my flight
watching people walk past me –
a man glides by majestically like
a king walking to his throne… 93 more words

People on the Highway

The sun is up before I am now! There’s so much light on the drive to work these days.  Everything feels simultaneous so much safer and so much more terrifying.  569 more words

Writing

People Watching.

I’ve always been fascinated with people. That’s why I think I love people watching so much. I can sit on a bench for hours and watch people go by. 128 more words

Lifestyle

Train of Thought

An article on the radio several days ago caught my ear: the poet Helen Mort on her work inspired by northern train journeys. In and out of Manchester’s Victoria Station, where the trains ride north and north-west bound. 850 more words

Opinion

Writer's Block: It's Real

That’s by far my favorite saying about the writing profession. I’ve heard writers say that the dreaded writer’s block is just a myth. I’m not going to tell them that they’re wrong, but my personal experience is that blocks are real. 1,401 more words

Writing Craft