Monthly Archives: June 2014

(un)locked

Originally posted on alfageeek:
He stood knocking at the door It was locked He knew she was inside He could sense her in there He tried to pick the lock He tried to break the door down The door was…

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Happy Groundhog Day

The Daily Prompt asked: “If you could relive the past week, would you? Would you change anything?” Yep – and not just this week, this month, last month, the whole past year. I would change it all. There are of … Continue reading

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Kintsukuroi – Micropoetry

Originally posted on A Fullness in Brevity – Adam Byatt:
In my brokenness I am made beautiful You collected the broken pieces Sealed fleshly wounds With golden scars I wear as triumph ? This poem was inspired by the Japanese…

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Punishment and forgiveness

It’s easier for people to forgive someone for doing wrong against them if some form of punishment is involved, according to psychology researchers at the University of Adelaide. Dr Peter Strelan, at the university’s School of Psychology, has been studying … Continue reading

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A typical day

This image was inspired by the Daily Prompt ‘Rare Medium’. The challenge: to describe a typical day in your life — but do it in a form or in a medium you’ve rarely — if ever – used before. I chose … Continue reading

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