• If you’re an introvert, you’ll find this map accurate

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    Posted on April 30, 2020 by
  • Of temples and dream travels

    More often than not I find myself travelling when I sleep. Sunny bays, green valleys, hills and mountains. And last night there were dark clouds over abandoned temples. I do know it’s my mind’s way of sorting through stored information and cataloging it in a story-line which more often than not is nonsensical.

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    Posted on April 24, 2020 by
  • Beautiful flowers & an Ode on the spring

    Ode on the Spring BY THOMAS GRAY

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    Posted on March 28, 2020 by
  • A small poem for a friend that’s gone

    Are you the one who keeps waning the sunlight after the rain? All to yourself, While running so carelesslydown the road that I despise See Something beyond that hill? Is it a sight my eyes have never seen? TheFerkel 2020

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    Posted on March 24, 2020 by
  • Advice on managing extended periods away from the World

    Here’s a few tips for people who are currently self-isolating: Hold fast to whatever is waiting for you on the other side. It doesn’t matter it feels foolish, or whether there is certainty of it happening exactly as you plan in the end. Hope can deliver us from the darkest of days. Be goofy AF…. Read more »

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    Posted on March 24, 2020 by
  • During trying times we can use words to soothe our souls and relieve pain

    I believe the national day for poetry has come and gone without me posting anything – mostly because I’ve been in a mad rush to stock up on DIY materials before all the stores are shut down. And with each day, my sense of dread and doom increases as I see no escape from the… Read more »

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    Posted on March 23, 2020 by
  • Un Couteau Dans Le Coeur

    I watched a movie this weekend – French, 2018 – about a serial killer that would target Gay people who appeared in cheap pornos. Badly acted, filled with absolutely forgettable characters (both the actual movie and the movie within the movie), it did offer one good insight. When the leading lady fails to seduce the… Read more »

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    Posted on March 15, 2020 by
  • Undone – the analysis of time travel and regret

    I really like it when a show decides to go off the beaten path and have some deep conversations about family structures, loneliness and time warps. Combine this with some stunning visuals and you have “Undone” (on Amazon Prime, sorry Netflixers)

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    Posted on February 22, 2020 by
  • BoJack Horseman on Death (Finale)

    It is really, really hard for people to get endings right. It was a running joke in IT Chapter 2 and while the writers think it’s good, the legions of fans will soon come screaming and petitioning for a re-do as it wasn’t well done. Lost, Dexter and more recently Game of Thrones have died… Read more »

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    Posted on February 16, 2020 by
  • 15 beautiful pictures from Romania

    The Romanian landscape is approximately one-third mountainous and one-third forested, with the remainder made up of hills and plains. The climate is temperate and marked by four distinct seasons. Romania enjoys a considerable wealth of natural resources: fertile land for agriculture; pastures for livestock; forests that provide hard and soft woods; petroleum reserves; metals, including… Read more »

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    Posted on February 10, 2020 by