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Lists, including wrong lists

The Discover Prompts from WordPress have stopped now.  I felt a little flurry of excited anticipation when they started up again for April but they never really lived up to my expectations, to be honest. Now they've gone, though,  I miss them a bit.  'Lists' was one of the prompts that I didn't actually write… Continue reading Lists, including wrong lists

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Discover Prompts: Grateful for Rainbows in Windows

I'm grateful to the children, families and schools who've made pictures for windows and fronts of buildings as a way of saying thank you to NHS workers and frontline workers and as a means of expressing hope that things will get better.  Here is a selection of artwork I've seen as I've walked around the… Continue reading Discover Prompts: Grateful for Rainbows in Windows

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Discover Prompts: Focus

One person's method of focus is another person's route to distraction. Other people's rules rarely work for me.  I need to find my own routine and sometimes, often, that isn't a routine at all.  I listen to my own rhythms and they change daily.  I write lists and this helps me to focus on what… Continue reading Discover Prompts: Focus

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Three photos from my camera roll

Now that I'm not going anywhere of any distance from where I live, I'm sometimes revisiting places in my head while I'm scrolling through the camera roll on my phone.  I thought I'd share three photos with you here and tell you something about them. This photo of a glum-looking dog was taken on the… Continue reading Three photos from my camera roll

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Poetry and Prose

I've started reading and writing prose again after ten years of mostly reading and writing poetry.  One big thing I've noticed, from a writing perspective, is that when I share my work with other people, they assume that my poetry is personal, written from my own experience, but they assume my prose is fictional.  It… Continue reading Poetry and Prose