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Photo Challenge #242 – The Tin Can Choir

The Opera House was packed, the crowd in anticipation of an event, which in later days would be described as unforgettable. The Tin Can Choir was performing, and there was an air of expectation amongst the crowd as the choir … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #241 – To Stand Alone

Image: – Image found on WeHeartIt It was afterwards she reflected on why it was she allowed herself to let it happen, time and again. It wasn’t as if she was a weak woman, she knew she had backbone, she … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #236 – The Boy and the Cat

Image: – PrettyScary @ Deviantart It was true the boy loved his cat But was it true the cat loved the boy? In reality, the boy did everything for the cat For the cat had an ego that needed stroking … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #233 – My Story

Image: Kaia Pieters She wasn’t one for verbose comment Some would say she was a visual learner Preferring to say it in image, not words. She carried the scars of a lifelong lived. Words were beaten out of her; To … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #230 – The End of Time

                                             Image: Google Images When the world ended, it did so in the oddest way. It was quite a seamless operation with the glowing balls appearing in various countries and in various neighbourhoods at various times of the day. It … Continue reading

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Pull Up A Seat Photo Challenge

The place to be on a hot day. For: https://xingfumama.blog/2018/09/07/pull-up-a-seat-photo-challenge-week-1/

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Photo Challenge #229 – Resilience

Image: – Annija Veldre She faced everything thrown at her The abuse of ‘loved ones’ The trauma of suffering The moments of despair. Slowly they wore her down The fight in her whittled away She succumbed, retreated Faded from the … Continue reading

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