You think about now. We talk about how Warring and pain Feel like acid rain. We’re living in fear So where to from here. Just tow the line; There’ll be meaning in time. ♦ Is it nonsense to you? It’s nonsense to me. Can’t believe it is true; How can we be Living in fear? […]
Soft frothy water laps the shore And time’s elapse still has no cure. I sit alone beneath a tree. A leaf falls from a branch. Emotions overwhelming me. Waiting for the avalanche.
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My first re-writing of a blog post This is the first time that I have completely re-written a post so I hope it works. The original was published on October 3rd, 2013 when I was an infant blogger. I may not be the best yet but I have certainly learnt a lot in six months. Enough to […]
While holiday package tours were commonplace by 1979 next year it will be 35 years since Thompsons (UK) offered the first holiday package tour to The Gambia in West Africa. A destination described in 1943 as a ‘hell hole’ by US President Roosevelt when he stopped off in, the capital, Banjul before going on to […]
Irish writer Aisha Ashraf is my January interviewee and I must say how much I enjoyed interacting with her. I hope you will enjoy the interview and be entertained as much as I was. For this displaced Irish writer and cultural chameleon, a picture says… 8 CommentsPosted by The Displaced Nation Team on January 16, 2014 Canon zoom lens; […]
Natures beautiful surprise! All photographers must delete a high percentage of the photographs they take as substandard while they are in search of perfection, or as near to it as they can get. Since my recent experience I now always look closely before I discard any photo, even if I accidentally take a picture of […]