Monday, 7 April 2014

Lives.

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We come and we go
 And in between,
 We shine;
 Motes in a sunbeam.

 Written for Magpie Tales.

Coal: Nature's hazardous waste dump.

18 comments:

  1. Oh, my! One of 'those' posts! I got a beauty of a one years ago after I revealed that in my childhood I once poured boiling water into my goldfish bowl to 'warm it up' - but of course, I'd killed it!

    My commenter, in about 20 verses, was making sure I knew I was gonna roast in the pits of Hell for doing so!

    Your post, Stafford, is delightful. There really is a beauty in dust!

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    1. Well, at least your commenter was 'on message', as they say.

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    2. Sorry, all including Steve. I do appreciate and even welcome comment that are at odds with my opinions, but Steve, you were totally off topic and you abused my blogspace so I deleted both 'comments'.

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  2. Succinct, splendid, stellar :-)

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  3. Just simple and beautiful, no more words necessary.
    thanks for sharing

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  4. I am glad I dropped in today. Perfect as it is, Stafford.

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  5. Ah i knew it , you have been a motie all along !
    "The Mote in Gods Eye "- thats what your mate up there is trying to tell you , Staff !
    You would like a mate of mine , ( relax, hes not Jesus )
    crazyeddiethemotie@blogspot.com
    Ha ha , why doesnt he visit my blog for some unprotected ?

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  6. What a lovely way of looking at things...

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  7. Ah! Simply stated. Simply beautiful.

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  8. ... Has to be one of my all time favorites! Comment comes to you via beautiful Barcelona ....

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    1. Thanks for the visit. I tried to comment on your blog, but could not get past window that wanted to know more about me than I am prepared to give. Sorry.

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  10. That's how I see it too Let's call ourselves The Inbetweens. Thanks for stopping by.

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