Tag Archives: poetry

The Limitless Potential of Poetry

Today, I am privileged to introduce David Ellis, award winning poet,  whose thoughtful piece on settings without restriction has transported me into faraway places. I just love your mantra, David: I must remember it next time I venture out in … Continue reading

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An Erudite Man, Well spoken and Highly Intelligent

Early March, 2018 Back in Nairobi, determined not to be reliant on others any more, I persuaded my daughter to lend me her car for a debut drive in the atrocious traffic conditions of the city. A good opportunity was … Continue reading

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The Journey Through the Urban Landscape

Welcome to my mysterious guest Grey Wolf today – with a different take on settings which for him merely wait for the story to come along. Nor does he set much store by pictures, preferring to let his words do the painting. … Continue reading

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Writing for the Movies?

I am delighted to welcome seasoned author J.S. Watts, who shares something we’ve all been wondering about. You don’t have to be a scriptwriter to dream of writing for the cinema. Let me explain. As a writer of both poetry … Continue reading

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Living Each Day and Enjoying It

The most fascinating people have crossed my path since I started blogging less than a year ago. One of them has faithfully dogged my FaceBook footsteps from the beginning, and I am delighted to introduce George Polley, who has discovered one … Continue reading

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