Monthly Archives: May 2018

davidbrucehaiku: gratitude journal

*** GRATITUDE JOURNAL *** Gratitude journal What am I thankful for now? Write three things each day *** Grateful for three things: Terry Pratchett and Discworld Satiric humor *** *** Free davidbrucehaiku eBooks (pdfs) Free eBooks by David Bruce … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Poesy plus Polemics:
“Empathy” by Sergio Maestrini ? no such thing as invisible illness it’s right there behind unfocused eyes under fricative sighs of speech in detached helpless gestures if only you care to notice ? ?…

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“the facts often resist the meanings we want to give them.”

Originally posted on Art of Quotation:
“the facts often resist the meanings we want to give them.” Daniel Mendelsohn, writer, book quote from An Odyssey, A Father, A Son and An Epic ?

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Originally posted on The Reluctant Poet:
By Charles Robert Lindholm A Nation Of Fools Deserves A Liar In Chief As King Over Them Copyright © 2018  Charles Robert Lindholm – All Rights Reserved

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devour the writer taste the words savor them on your tongue chew swallow allow them to digest until their nutrients absorb into your cells feeding you let ink – the layers of metaphor, narrative, plot and construct – dissolve there,…

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3 A.M. Thoughts

Originally posted on HappymessHappiness:
Sometimes I wish there’s someone I can talk with about everything. About anything. They don’t even need to say a word. No need to agree or disagree with what I say. Allow me to laugh. Allow me to breakdown.…

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s CYMBELINE: A Retelling in Prose — Act 5, Scene 3

— 5.3 — After the battle, Posthumus Leonatus, still wearing the clothing of a British peasant, met a British lord. The lord asked him, “Have you come from the place where our soldiers have made a stand against the Romans?” … Continue reading

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