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Study Azalea #art #photochallenge #photography #haiku

Originally posted on penned in moon dust:
  open my eyes  dawning color amazes golden treasure ** breeze against my cheek dance with the forest feet never touch *** magenta splash star burst brushes fingertips nature’s fine palette ? The wordpress photo challenge this week: “Art” isn’t just paintings and sculptures, it can be anything…

What To Do About Feral Cats

Originally posted on Marion's Superkitty Tales and Children's Books:
As I mentioned before, my Sammy is a feral cat.  What’s the definition of a feral cat?  A feral cat is one who has not been socialized.  Truly feral cats are simply never going to flourish in a busy household and deserve not to…

Originally posted on The New Psalmanazar:
There’s always one that turns aside when the others laugh. College girls. Hoboken, New Jersey. 1910s.

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Clever Crow is clever.

Originally posted on Renae Rude – The Paranormalist:
Embed from Getty Images #132073051 / I stepped out into the parking lot of the #paranormalhotel today, to have a break. I spotted a take-out container (of black Styrofoam) that someone had discarded. Just as I took a step in that direction so I could pick…

Like a Fool

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
Like a Fool Regina Puckett The bars of my cage are made of words and deeds Outside looking in are all of my wants, hopes and needs I’ll rattle these bars until they finally crash to the ground But like a fool I gather them up again to place back…

Sun haiku

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
The sun returns life lazes lizard loafing river rolling peace.

Dog explained

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
He watches, the dog Ears erect, muscles tense Ready to bound. He cringes From the outstretched hand Beyond reach of its potential pain. Fearful, they say, with scorn. Frightened of everything. Fearful, he is As are the birds And all wild things That peer wide-eyed Through the tall grasses…

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Review- Testing the Limits

Originally posted on Dena Rogers:
Testing the Limits by Kira Sinclair My rating: 3 of 5 stars Social worker Quinn Keller see’s the worst in life everyday, it’s an aspect of the world she’s accustomed to after losing both parents in a car crash and then her fiance to kidney disease. Unfortunately she isn’t prepared…

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