Daily Archives: October 24, 2017

A Life Together

Originally posted on HappymessHappiness:
Two hearts and two minds building a life for themselves… A life together.

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Per·se·ver·ance

Originally posted on t r e f o l o g y:
I’m giving some serious thought about carrying a candlelabrum around with me  everyplace I go because I want my ghost to always carry one around too

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Knotty passages

Originally posted on t r e f o l o g y:
I know I’m going to  die of complications because nothing is ever easy for me

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Falling

falling gentle drop down the sole flight of spent leaf cut off from life-sustaining tree spinning freely, wind-tossed, euphoric flight lands among the ground’s dead fodder fuel the tree roots tap autumn’s leaves are falling ~ Words and Photography ©2017…

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davidbrucehaiku: gentle people shall prevail

https://pixabay.com/en/baby-boy-child-cute-family-fun-72224/ *** GENTLE PEOPLE SHALL PREVAIL *** Gentle people win Despite the Trumps and Weinsteins You can count on it

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Dante’s Inferno, Canto 8: Filippo Argenti

FILIPPO ARGENTI *** For this angry man Dante is without pity Wants him punished more *** NOTE: Dante is learning as he travels deeper into the Inferno. Previously, he pitied Francesca da Rimini and Ciacco, but he has no pity … Continue reading

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s “Antony and Cleopatra”: A Retelling in Prose — Act 3, Scene 1

— 3.1 — On a plain in Syria, Ventidius stood. He had triumphed in carrying out the orders that Mark Antony had given him and had won the battle against the Parthians. He had killed Pacorus, an important enemy, and … Continue reading

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davidbrucehaiku: sunshine

https://pixabay.com/en/man-woman-girl-back-braid-wall-2590352/ *** SUNSHINE *** Sunshine enlightens Both the painted garden and The braided woman

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