- hello Dominick McIntyre
- Username: dominic_mcintyre_73
- In response to: "What do you do on the side?" Next to my day job, I spend my evenings and nights writing novels, short stories and poems.
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- Outside-Inside Connection
Ran outside and shot a picture. Just pointing the camera in the direction I was facing, without paying attention to the target. Ran back inside to do exactly the same there.
Sat down, put the pictures on my laptop. This is what I found:
The first picture, the outside one, depicted two birds, lavishly feasting on the seeds I had put out for them earlier that day.
The seccond, 'inside' picture displayed a dinner table setting, with my two wonderfull kids, enjoying their favorite meal which had been prepared for them.
The connection? Both can make one heck of a noise, early Sunday mornings!
- The Ultimate Post
That thing. You know the one. That thing you don't know what to do about. You just can't put your finger on it, just can't come up with the sollution, just can't seem to find the answer.
Well, here it is. The sollution, the answer, the only right thing to do about it.
- Music Critic
The angels created a beautifull symphony again this morning
At sunrise, sounds of love life and laughter filled the air
The wind provided the beat
playing with the trees
Leaves gone crisp in autumn
The colorful sounds ejected by the radio
filing my living with a rainbow of tones
the sweet melody of laughter
As my children started their day
- Change the World
That everyone had an uncontrolable urge to care for each other, in the way two people do when they first fall in love.
- Deathbed excitement
Hmm, well one thing that will surely cross my mind is the realization that "the" questions are finally going to be answered.
Is there life after death? Does it all go on in some other different form, or is the end, simply the end?
And what about reincarnation? Can you imagine?
What a kick it would be, to find out that, in the light at the other end of the "tunnel" you see a face of a person, covered partially by a green mask and two hands assisting your fragile new born body into the world...