Three Things Challenge PL16 Today’s prompt: filter, keepsake, salad The apartment is so empty, the sky so low, the morning so quiet. Near the coffee machine, behind the filter box, I have hidden a keepsake of her presence, here, one summer night. I look at that bit of silk, black, introvert, provocative. Tender was thatContinue reading “Keepsake #3TC”
Weekly Writing Challenge #128 Waiting for dawn to break, A sense of loss – Cannot move to the light: or tame Morpheus, or finish the dream… Photo: Le grand homme de la nuit, Germaine Richier, © 2017 Honoré Dupuis
A new post in response to today’s one-word prompt, and the weekly writing prompt #86 by the secret keeper… I won’t score any points, for inspiration is a race between silence and unspoken words, Perhaps to be read, take it or leave it, Zip it even! Strike me off your list, Who cares?
What is “Fame“? Well, there are plenty of quotes with fame in them! Here are some of my favourites: “A celebrity is a person who is known for his well-knownness.” Daniel J. Boorstin, The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America (1961), Chapter 3, p. 57. “I think fame itself is not a rewarding thing. TheContinue reading “Fame #AtoZAprilChallenge”
One of the pleasures of the A to Z is, for me, to dive again in Raymond Williams’ Keywords, a source of inspiration and learning. The simplest words reveal their history, the meanings given to them in the past, by people like us, our older neighbours, perhaps our ancestors. On Family Williams wrote: “Family hasContinue reading “#AtoZChallenge2015: Family”