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Brief Encounter

They sit on high stools at a small round table in the cafe; he in his forties, she perhaps twenty one. She wears black- jacket, skirt, shoes and dark hose. 166 more words

Vignette

Ginny Tickler


England. Nineteen forty three.

She had a wheelbarrow
A plain square box
With long wooden handles
And bicycle wheels.

She had a beautiful face and a woolly hat… 156 more words

Poetry

A Bit More Than Being Empty (Or Dead Body)

Kim Namjoon, Park Minha

1300+ words | AU, Life, Hurt/Comfort, Friendship | 17 (for suicidal thoughts)

You set off a dream in me, getting louder now, can you hear it echoing? 1,540 more words

AU

Weekly Photo Challenge: (The Sound of) Silence

In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence.

The prompt of this week’s challenge is inspiring me to multiple responses. Which is probably counter-intuitive because the prompt ask literally for silence. Here you go.

Photography

Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence (of the Lambs)

In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence.

I do wish we could chat longer, but I’m having an old friend for dinner.

—Dr. Hannibal Lecter

Photography

The line of a people

It is in the fullness of the journey of our life that we begin to understand the true meaning of the smallness of our place in the lineage of life.    53 more words

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Vignette

In my figure drawing class, there is a girl who always wears red lipstick. Like, bright-overripe-strawberry-in-a-field-of-poppies kind of red; deep, bold and bright. She wears nothing else on her face, or that’s what it looks like- au natural, just the bright red lip color. 137 more words