My euphoria I skim in the wind I take off, circle and turn Like I am a bird. The inclination is free Freed, elated. Superbness The heart is arid no more Downpours of adoration have doused The region is presently green Life shoots by and by Guarantee considers. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/arid
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Hello! I’m reading two books at present written by one of my favourite authors, Neil Gaiman. One is “American Gods” and the other ” Anansi Boys”. There are a few things that they have in common, one is that they’re about the old gods – those whom we’ve lost sight…
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Flames orange and beguiling, flames wild and free, candlelight flames, flames of passion flames that seer the soul and set your heart on fire. Flames burning hot and bright, too hot to touch. Always rising high and blazing, flames lapping like thirsty tongues – sending embers into the sky. In…