For Daily Prompt - Ballerina Fireman Astronaut Movie Star When you were 10, what did you want to be when you grew up? What are you now? Are the two connected? I always wanted to be a pilot and I loved and still love jet planes but I couldn't become one. I couldn't fight and fly… Continue reading Life goals?
I don't have a poem or short story to offer right now but I do have a photograph to post and I will add it after I am done telling you some random things. A lot of things have been moving differently in my life but I guess after everything I am more clear with my… Continue reading Talk
I Can’t Stay Mad at You Do you hold grudges or do you believe in forgive and forget? I don't hold grudges and I forgive very soon but I never forget. So yes I can't stay mad at you. Another thought, why am I even doing this prompt after a day?
This had to be shared. Please note- I am a Nikon guy.
They held hands And danced together For a long time And the moon witnessed it all.
Sharing something I wrote in 2014.
Okay,I am not just going to talk about a bird but something more important.I mentioned earlier that I like to find out something positive and interesting out of common things.So yes this is one of my post where I tell you about an encounter I had with a fledgling a while ago.
There are two birds making a nest in a gap above my room and they keep coming and going and this goes on for several days and after some days the mother(I figured it out),is frantically looking for food,every time I see her she has something in her beak,either an earthworm or a little cockroach.It is now clear that she has newborn in that nest and I being a curious one with a camera was able to take a look at them secretly.Several days later the two newborns come out of their nest,and they are in my home…
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A good man is gone.
I had the good fortune to meet Henning Mankel on several occasions some half-a-dozen or more years ago, when I was in Sweden with a crew from BBC Scotland, fronting a documentary on Mankel’s work as a crime novelist for BBC4. The programme title (it was to be shown in tandem with the adaptations then being filmed with Kenneth Branagh) was Who is Kurt Wallander?, though, of course, it should have been, more properly, Who is Henning Mankel?
We met first in Stockholm, at a conference that Mankel had largely funded, dedicated to the subject of child literacy – one of his major concerns.
… to teach every child in the world to read and write would cost no more than we in the west spend on dog food.
The second, and longer meeting, was at his home in Gothenburg; the last in Ystad, fictional home of his police detective hero, the aforementioned…
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Mr. Mankell died of cancer some weeks ago. He is one of my favourite writers, having read several of his Kurt Wallander series I decided to pick this one up. This is where you get to read about how Kurt became a detective, read till page 70 and so far it is good. Lastly, he… Continue reading The Pyramid
He was drowning in the sea of grief. While she fished in those waters. Does this even make sense? I like it though. Very random post before I sleep. Night! 🙂
This used to be my desk 4 years ago.