100 Word Wednesday – 30 – Perfection 

The Bag Lady

I walked out to the balcony, a soft cool breeze causing the ivory curtains to flow into my bedroom. The sea air was refreshing. My skin prickled feeling the coolness. My bed was hot and damp from the night before, and the breeze was welcome.

My simple breakfast sat there waiting, with a single branch of adornment. I had foolishly thought last night was the best he could do. But here I sit, gazing at him. His blue eyes sparkled in the sun, his dark skin glowing, and that smile, the one I fell for in the beginning. This? Perfection.

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The Eyes of Flowers



They kept sending her flowers. She couldn’t bring herself to throw them away, these symbols of kindness, so they coated every surface, turning her house into a jungle, a rising and falling mass of green and white and pink.

Each morning, she walked amongst them, the slowly dying flowers looking at her like eyes, staring, staring, staring. Their crisp leaves fell to the floor, littering the tile like a fresh snowfall.

She collapsed, surrounded by a sea of petals.

“I did it,” she whispered. “I killed him.”

When the police arrived hours later, she lay there still.

Word Count: 97

This is for Friday Fictioneers. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for running the challenge and Dale Rogerson for providing the prompt photo!

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The Exciting World of Different Textures

Scattered Thoughts

Texture- we use this word quite often and perhaps, nobody treats this word other than a trivial one. But, have you ever mulled over the fact that everything has a texture of its own. The texture is the very basic scheme or structure of anything under the sun. While I was strolling around the beach of Digha, West Bengal, a month ago, I was astonished by the textural features of the beach. The continuous journey of the waves along with the tides has reflected in a motley of textures on the sand, making it variegated in colours and patterns.

The rocks look different; sometimes they are covered with sand, dry and dusty, and sometimes a sudden splash of waves makes them look rich and sumptuous.

The last picture is of a low, derelict wall which stood alone by the coastline hiding among bushes. The green algae and mosses have artfully…

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Photo Challenge: TEXTURE

I take a lot of texture photos. From a compositional standpoint, they are interesting, but often look more like wallpaper or the beginning of a fabric design than a proper photograph. Flowers, fields, and repetitive design can do the job. I also enjoy textures in monochrome.

The texture of the stems and the pods of what were the garden’s pink Columbine

Sometimes, though, the most amazing texture is in macro, where the lily is both form and texture for the photograph.

The texture and form of two lilies in the wild garden

I participate in WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge 2017

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Declutter Your Life – From Your House to Your Friends

a cooking pot and twisted tales

Decluttering your life doesn’t just mean tidying up your home. It can also involve getting more organized, and perhaps removing things from your life that take up too much of your time. By decluttering your life, you can clear your mind and your diary, so you have more time and energy to enjoy things. There’s a lot you can do to achieve your goals, from clearing out some of your stuff to reassessing some of your friendships. You should look at all areas of your life critically to work out what needs to change. Perhaps you might even consider becoming a minimalist to make everything more simple.

Closet, Arranged, Clothes, Declutter, Suits, Tidy

Get Rid of Clothes You Haven’t Worn In a Year

Decluttering the emotional side of your life can be tricky, so most people probably want to start with something straightforward. If you think you have too much stuff, clearing out your wardrobe is…

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