Tag Archives: Writing

Weekly Photo Challenge: CONVERGE

When day impinges upon night each morning — When night overtakes day each evening — A zone of convergence is created. Here is blackness giving way to first light in Tucson, when the morning meets the mountain: And again in … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: UNFOCUSED (2)

It seems appropriate that these typewriters are neither here nor there (or perhaps here AND there). That they are floating in limbo, looking ghostly, out of spatial focus. Because that’s what’s happened to typewriters. For perhaps a century, manual typewriters were … Continue reading

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The Uses of Disagreeableness

Many bloggers have posted about the New Year and their resolutions for it —  While some have been grandiose, more have been modest or thoughtful. That’s Fact #1. Many bloggers have ambitions about writing, whether it is to achieve a … Continue reading

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A Post about — Comments!

There’s ham and eggs, brownies and milk, winter and summer, and POSTS AND COMMENTS.  The one makes the other go, the other pulls the one along. I’m sure I have the most thoughtful, interesting readers anywhere. Your lively comments can enlarge my small offerings … Continue reading

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Flowers of Friendship…

Before the flowers of friendship faded, friendship faded. — Gertrude Stein           They say that Gertrude Stein’s writings are difficult to understand. No, they’re not. They’re painful to understand. It’s different.

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