Tag Archives: imagination

Pretence – Is It Needed?

I read a marvellous quote on Rogene’s blog, Espirational. It was by Meryl Streep. She said, “Pretending is not just play. Pretending is imagined possibility. Pretending, or acting is a very valuable like skill and we do it all the … Continue reading

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The tyranny of explanations! Maybe it’s too strong a word, but have you ever read a character description in a novel and found it to be so detailed that nothing, absolutely nothing has been left to the imagination. It happened … Continue reading

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I saw this old weather-beaten chair in the back garden of a house. There it stood with a dignity of its own and a desire to be used – almost invitational in wanting someone to sit in it. I’m always … Continue reading

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Haiku 2

Bright light of dawn Giving birth to form Awakening a feast of vision

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Frightening Ourselves With Our Own Spooks.

The storm raged outside and I distinctly remember peeking out from under the blankets and seeing lightening flashes lighting up the room. Then I saw it, a murder being committed. Not a real one of course, but on the wall … Continue reading

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