where goes a mind
where goes a mind
The miscellaneous minutiae of my thoughts on being a mummy, a wife and a poet at heart
red giant stars: embarrassment or sunburn?
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Welcome to my world that I created with my imagination & emotions
a resource for moving poetry
The Backyard Poet
"Diving into a writers soul is discovering the broken treasure and beautiful mysteries that make you gasp for air."
I am the "little armored one", moving gently through life. Hoping to safeguard my sensitivities with layers of words and the expression of thought. Shielding my mirror neurons at times, or tasting music and spinning till I'm dizzy. Every moment here is a gift.
Aroused by Arête, provoking poems and ideas
The photography of Andy Greaves and other things.
My reflections of life in general.
At college, a Christian. At home, a Lutheran. At heart, an atheist.
Words of Wonder, Worry and Whimsy
Where writers gather
Welcome to my world.
Let's talk about Tea and tell some Tales!
the literary asylum
A Melange, a Miscellany, a Mishmash - of memories, reflections and comment
"Sometimes I can hear my bones straining under the weight of all the lives I'm not living."- Jonathan Safran Foer. || student, loves travelling and perhaps baking a cake.||
Great poets live on the edge of sanity; mediocre ones reside in the suburbs.
Life is make believe, fantasy given form
Poetry by Walter Marks
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
.Welcome to my Metaphors.
Tales of whimsy, humour and courgettes
Poetry, story and real life.
If you want to be a hero well just follow me
Virtual Vegan Comics for Children
When the Moon and Sun meets, hence the eclipse is formed.
one post at a time
A blog about being 50 something and male
Poetry and Prose
ocean of fearlessness.
Published Poet & Author. Reader. Analyst. Futurist. Belle of the Pithy, Acerbic Ball.
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