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Silenced #hiroshima #poetry #poem

Originally posted on penned in moon dust:
? Captive in the frame Awakened from deafening noises pushing away this long night mare unsuccesful I rub my dark eyes trying to look through a dusty cloud I shake cob webs that I wear Looking in a mirror I lay back on the floor  fear grabs me…

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Walking the tightrope: the suspension of disbelief

Originally posted on weebletheringskite:
Following on from the slightly controversial (which turned out not to be at all controversial) Likeable Characters, is the second Unbreakable, Suspension of Disbelief. I wonder if I can turn this one on its head too 😀 There is, on the surface, nothing remotely controversial about suspension of disbelief. Everyone I’ve ever…

Another nother book cover

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
This is a version using a couple of your suggestions. Any comments? Creepy? Romantic? Menacing? Sinister?

New Hope for Poor, Starving Writers

Originally posted on Christa Wojciechowski:
New hope for starving writers. Do you survive off ramen noodles? Do you wash and reuse your zip lock bags? Do you buy wine that comes in Tetra Pak? ? You could get a late night part time job, but instead you devote all your free time to writing. You…

Walking beauty

Originally posted on Photos/Words Stickers/Books:
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Writing Opportunity!

day #89

Originally posted on weebletheringskite:
oooh its getting closer.. and no I can’t get weddings off the brain..(such as you can call it a brain..)

Write to Your Passion – Like Tennessee Williams

Originally posted on Savvy Writers & e-Books online:
. . What is Passion? A great example of a writer who was successful because he wrote with passion and authenticity is Tennessee Williams. It is said that his play, The Glass Menagerie, is somewhat autobiographical. For those familiar with this play, it’s obvious that the playwright had…

Lay musings

Originally posted on The Showcase:
Patience is a virtue- While you wait for the bigger gifts arrive in the mail Deferred gratification- While you refrain from gorging pasta instead eat kale. ?

K.M. Allan

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