photography, poetry, Uncategorized

The End of the Line

Old train

I’ve reached the end of the line

Say goodbye to space and time

Ran out of gas, broken down

I’m off to meet the renown

I was invited by Elizabeth from Tea and Paper to join the Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge: “Post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or a short paragraph and each day nominate another blogger for the challenge”. Elizabeth posts photos, poems, artsy stuff and other things on her lovely blog. Please drop by and check it out.

The above photo was taken close to my house. I thought it was a bit odd for an old non-working locomotive to be hiding away in the trees. The poem is another Tanaga.

I would like to nominate Audrey, from Oldest Daughter Red Headed Sister to participate in this challenge. Audrey finds inspiration in anything and everything.

Culture, Poem

Time and Space


Time & Space.jpg

The clock, tick tock
Time keeps on ticking
A commitment here
Penciled in
Scheduled in my agenda
A slave I am
To time and space
The expectations of the human race
Show up
Fulfill the slot
Give face
Speak your case
Then hope for acceptance
Because in the end…
…You were on time

Do you ever feel like you are fighting with the clock? Too many commitments? Imagine what it would be like in the absence of time and space.  Can you?