Creative Writing and unfinished business…
January 7, 2015 § 16 Comments
in the bustling cafe
Tagged: creative writing, expression, haiku, loneliness, poetry
Thank you for your encouraging comment. It means a lot ❤
You are welcome dear. 🙂
A whole book in just 7 words – magnificent!
I’m flattered maestro.Merci bien. How did the move go?
As ever my wife likes to be organised. Notwithstanding we now live surrounded by boxes and have but one toothbrush and a single pair of socks to wear between us the move is still a few weeks off – I took my break from blogging to appease and assist in her quest! Insane, but then that’s my favourite thing about her!
Good morning, Sunshine. Agree with Mike: voluminously spare, and wholly magnificent. You remind me of the wise words of an old mentor who confided that he never felt so lonely as when he was in a crowd of people. Word. The photo is divine with your “book.” How about a short story from this, eh :)….? Rock on, my eloquent friend. xox
Good evening little star! I think your old mentor is right – in crowds is the saddest place to be… A story? I just finished one yesterday – first one for a long time. Like squeezing blood from a stone…
Today all of Western Europe is in shock 😦
Oooo, I’ve never been called little star afore now :). Sending prayers of love…..
Wonderful, and resonating don’t you think?
Thanks, Laine. Yep, resonating it is!!
Indeed, it reminds me of what one friend of ours, said of another one, “He may one day use three words when one will do, but this is not that day.
And excellent piece, on a very dark day. Thank you.
Thanks for your appreciation, Neo x
You always are here, Rachael x
Once again, thank you 🙂
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