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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 1116: Across an Open Plain

Stretched across an open plain lies a vast expanse of complete nothingness, or at least, that is how it feels. Sometimes a long drive in expansive areas feels like a drive through nothingness. All these fields and idyllic scenery and … Continue reading

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A Poem About Highways

I think I should’ve stopped writing a little earlier, but I didn’t and instead came up with this bit of “poetic” writing. I think that in terms of imagery this might provide something, but otherwise its value as a poem … Continue reading

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Quiet Westward View

Just a quiet view from a car park in Sydney Olympic Park. A lot of vegetation, or at least it appears as though there’s a lot of vegetation here and that’s somewhat okay. It makes things look better than they … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 945: Driving is a Thing

Driving is a thing that many people do and also a thing that many people do not do. At the moment I am one of the ones who drive from location to location for various reasons. However, that is not … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 69: Hair Growth

Lone sounds lead into a new world but I am not ready. There is so much hair that needs to be cleaned up right now. Under a shag of my own excess and it’s getting far, far too warm. I … Continue reading

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Little Traffic

There still are a few vantage points accessible by the public that allow for a good view around Sydney. This was taken at one of those vantage points. I think that this photo turned out well, but overall it’s kind … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 185: Rain Story

Twisted and turning, the worm burrowed its way deep into the moist earth that is so was instinctively required to do. However, eventually due to how much moisture was being collected due to the heavy rain above the worm instinctively … Continue reading

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