Why Blog? All it takes to write in a Blog Is a Writer who is a Blogger and a Reader who reads Blogs. If someone is reading that Blog –even if the blog is about nothing then all the components are there: the Blogger blogs, and the Reader reads. And IF he is reading, and she is blogging then there is a connection a piece of her … Continue reading A Word to the Wise
[Day 5 Writing 101 assignment is to prepare a blockquote featuring a favorite quote.] Always know what you will do if your first plan fails. ~ J. Paul Getty Continue reading My Favorite Quotation
the grand central station of the universe souls of the travelers lost in time waiting eternally for their Lost Ones waiting for the other shoe to drop searching for the One that has come and gone taking along the tattered and lonely souls and broken hearts existing on the edge and biding their time in waiting What track is this? did I miss my connection? … Continue reading grand central station draft
This is one of four photo images suggested for my Writing101 class, Word Press Blogging University. The assignment was to choose a photo that reminds us of something, and to write about it. I was in my living room, working on my little Kindle Fire–which I love, although it is not really helpful to me when writing posts for my blog, that need formatting and new … Continue reading Grand Central Station of the Universe
Originally posted on Autumn Ambles:
Abundance! No fairer lass there ever be Than Generosity, Her comeliness for all to see, Sans animosity – Patent felicity! © Meanderings 2015 Continue reading Generosity!!! Reblogged from Autumn Ambles … with The Bride
Once, decades ago, the Chief Photographer at the newspaper where I worked asked me a question that has remained in my thought-processor to emerge every once in awhile: “Do you want to be a Photographer? Or just a Pitcha-taker.?” At the time I had only recently began providing photos to accompany my news stories. I had a Yashika-Mat camera, which I had bought for the … Continue reading Photographer or Pitcha-taker?
I like a rhyme that curls the toes and mists the brow telling a tale as fresh as tomorrow that comes in a dream but is real and chills the heat of the restless kiss, escaping a lover’s lips. Nothing spoken caresses the impact on the senses like a passionate poem with soul-filled stanzas I like a rhyme that curls the toes and mists the … Continue reading Soul Reverie