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Stardusts

Invisible strings of always and forever,

bind us together,

as stardusts. 6 more words

Poetry

Difficult Reading

In the past few weeks I have been taking the trains a lot, visiting different cities. While riding the rails I have allowed myself a bit of lighter, leisure reading. 2,033 more words

Critique

Stardust Sleeping

The charm bracelet painting I am working on is not coming along swimmingly. So in the meantime here is a charcoal drawing of Stardust–the best cat in the world–who belongs to Jill next door. 33 more words

Animals

Stardust by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman must be some kind of magical person. I am not quite sure, all I know is that people who have read his books appear to leave enthralled. 192 more words

Reviewsday Tuesday

A KISS

Is it just a coincidence for two words to rhyme and coincide?

Kiss. Bliss.

A kiss can give you a strong sense of bliss. It’s like two wandering souls found each other in the sky full of stars. 125 more words

Between The Pages

The Stone Odysseus

At first I didn’t exist

I was part of a greater being

The entity of the mountain

Rooted in the origin of the earth.

The world moved and so did I, 175 more words

Poetry