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Haiku-A-Day #864

Painting hid from sight
An ever aging portrait
Bears its owner’s sins


Passing Thought On Dystopias

I’ve always been down to dystopian fiction. I think a big factor in this when I was younger was that I spent long periods being an anxious pessimist, and at some level I was always afraid that things would turn out for the worst; maybe there was something comforting in reading about worlds where things had turned out as bad as your fears feared? 49 more words


The Game Master

The tiny room is dark, save for the single white bulb hanging from the centre of the ceiling. The paint on the walls is severely chipped and what remains is caked with dirt making them look beige instead of white. 986 more words


Writing to Inform

This term, Year 2 have been learning about informative texts.

There are many language features that can help us to improve our writing, including:


A-Z PE Challenge Day 5 (E)

This challenge is to post a different blog daily starting with the letter  A going  all the way to  Z.

Today we are celebrating the Excellent letter E! 331 more words


A new haiku

A new haiku.

Our fast-paced lives leave little time to contemplate. These Micro Moments are designed to entertain in a few words, read them slowly and savour the essence. 79 more words

PwrPuffGzr Writes

7 Things That Can Make You Look Like A Successful Fashion Or Travel Entrepreneur

1. Fake it. You’ll make it.

The same principle is at play in “fake it till you make it.” If you act in a certain way, your feelings, emotions, confidence levels, and overall attitude will gravitate in that direction. 250 more words