The Ticket Inspector…

I don’t feel up to blogging but here is a great little curiousity from Stuart France or is that just Stu.💜

Stuart France

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I am late.

I am expected in Leicester and now my only option is to catch the last train.

The last train to Leicester is a slow train and also appears to be experiencing difficulties.

Stopping where there are no stations.

That sort of thing.

It becomes clear that many of my fellow passengers are not going to get to their destinations and as the ticket inspector makes his round they discuss alternatives together.

As this is an unfamiliar route I assume that Leicester too is now out of the question.

A strange thing about the ticket inspector, although this is a new route and I have never met him before, he knows my name…

“Yes, Stu…”

…and uses its familiar form.

“You’ll be in Leicester in twenty minutes time.”

Not only does the ticket inspector know my name and use its familiar form, he is also incredibly accurate.

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Just a quick but really heartfelt Thank You.

Hello everyone I just wanted to say hi and thank you for all the lovely messages and prayers and buck up messages you have sent I really appreciate them all.

Thank you also to my blog sis Ritu for letting you all know.

I am home safe now after a few very painful and scary days. I have to keep my arm elevated most of the time hence the snazzy blue sling .

Hubby took this shot of unawares!

I am on Mammoth amounts of heavy duty antibiotics. I am grateful to the hospital,the I.V drugs , family, friends and last but not least you wonderful people. I am also glad to have all my fingers, toes,and limbs. I will be writing a blog about how this all came about from a tiny scratch. No, not because I want to bore you all but because I think it is important we all know how these things can happen and when to react and go and get help. I believe if hubby and I had left seeking extra help (even though I had seen two doctors in the previous two days) it might of been too late. The outcome would not of been so good.

Anyway I am not myself really yet, I am still in pain and very tired so I am closing now. I don’t feel up to blogging yet so I shall just be reading and commenting, or sleeping 😴.

It really just want to say thank you all and thank you God. 💜 I hope to be back soon 💜

Wordless Wednesday. Lost Socks in a Pub.

One-Liner Wednesday True

We were out walking Ruby last week and we met another dog walker. He had a lovely spaniel. He was telling us this was really his wife’s dog.

Dog walker: “She insisted on another dog, I really did want another, but a new dog is cheaper than a divorce!”

This is part of Lindaghill’s #1lineWeds.

Colleen’s 2019 Weekly #Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge No. 137 Kind & Shift SynonymsOnly

I have chosen to write a poem about climate change, and the pitfalls there of . Using Type,moved, & caring.

Beware.


What type of weather

Has this earth’s moved its axis

Climate upside down

Be caring of our planet

Don’t cover it in granite.

Twittering Tales #146 – 23 July 2019. The last farewell.

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Opening her eyes she was free, no more pain not even that of leaving them behind.
One last look at all she had done and written, she saw all the people she had touched. He was there young and fit and smiling at her. Come he said let’s dive the water is so clear. Together they did.

(280 Characters)

This is part of Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales. I hope no one minds that that I tweeked the image and written a tiny tribute to Hélène Valiant,. God rest her soul.

Sad News of Hélène

So sorry to bring such sad news but Helen Valiant has passed away.

I have just read so on Frank Prem’s Facebook page. We all hope she passed as painlessly and calmly as possible .

Sending support and love to her family.

I like to think she reunited with her husband now.

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #263 Good&Evil

The age old struggle

Between good and evil lasts

For eternity.

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This is part of Ronovanwrites Weekly Haiku Challenge.

Death Stalks.

Dark secrets hidden in the soul

Lost hope devours futures whole.

The beauty of the mountainside

Hold darkness that covers wide.

Fears are waterfalls hidden deep

Death stalks there, touching all

Leaving wife and son weep.

******

The above artwork is by André Mangabeira. He created this stunning piece by using charcoal and pastels on a moleskin sketchbook.
André based it on a scene from the Turkish movie – ‘Once upon a time in Anatolia’.

I read the plot and followed Andre’s lead basing a short poem on the essence of the story.

Do visit André’s blog.

André has kindly given me permission to use this piece of artwork.

The Moon and the Sun

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My

Love for

You spans the

Whole universe

It is a pleasure

Though it is so perverse

I rule the silver night

You the golden day so bright

Passing eachother just touching

Souls burning we reach out for each other

*****

The sun and the moon star crossed lovers inspired by the fabulous art of Sue Vincent

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