Category Archives: Writing Workshop

Perchance to Run Away…

This post is a (belated!) response to the prompt here, at ‘Sleep is for the Weak’ and you can see the other responses here.  We live in a world that is increasingly dominated by, and fuelled with, advanced technology. A … Continue reading

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When an Island is Born

The waiting was over. It seemed hard to believe that our first visit to this area was barely a fortnight ago. We had been on a routine patrol. Karla, a young student, had been thrilled to get the chance to … Continue reading

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Just a Second: Ode to a New-found Loved One

This post is written in response to the prompt at the ‘Writing Workshop’ here. Essentially, this is to use the word, the theme, the concept… ‘Second’ in a composition. Here is my attempt. If you look here you will find other … Continue reading

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Missing…

I’m afraid I don’t feel equal to the task of writing for this prompt in a personal way, much as I can strongly relate to the concept.  Instead, I shall fit a few words to a photograph (as I rather … Continue reading

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Moments, Minerals, and Things Marine…

So what do I collect?  Well, I suppose, first of all, I collect moments.  Points in time that were part of the future, but are now part of history.  Moments of shape, line, perspective, colour, and contrast.  Most people just … Continue reading

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It’s About Time…

What’s the time? A very everyday sort of question.  But take away one word and it changes from mundane to challenging… What is time? The concept of time allows us to put events, from the most minor to the most important, into a … Continue reading

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Writing Workshop: Wishes

This will be a very short post.  It is too hard for me to put into words, at present, what I wish for in a personal sense. But I’ll just say that I’d love truth and falsehood, honesty and lies, … Continue reading

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