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The Question mark and the Exclamation mark. Together.
My favourite grudge is over the writing advice I see plastered all over the place. Everyone has an opinion (and here I am airing mine). When to write, where to write, how much to write every single day. It all seems to boil down to discipline. Write every day. Write consciously. Write beyond your comfort… Continue reading Finding my Writing Pace
DINKUS Is that a word? Or a sound? It seems that there are many symbols used in the printing of a book that indicate the closure of a section. *** Like these. It’s not something that has been beeped out or censored because it is offensive. Yes, that too, but in a word. Like, f***ing.… Continue reading Introducing Dinkus
I took this picture on a rainy day, having gone out to capture the tiny flowers near the sidewalk. The delicate petals drooped with the weight of the water droplets but I looked up to see this fruit hanging down from the tree, ready to be plucked, as the others had been, before this.
Looking at the verdant green makes me long for the rains again, the steady beat of the drops on the tin roofs of the balconies and leaves and buds sprouting everywhere.
Winter is mild here, a touch and go affair. It is getting warmer and the dried foliage around, however, means that I can see more of the lake from my windows and admire the sun shimmering bright on the water.
I am inspired to post this picture for Becca’s Sunday Trees.