Pages tagged with Sight

A cute little ballad. There's a twist at the end of the poem. you prob never guess it.
Whilst travelling on the train, the countryside can look really beautiful. I often ask, why is it when travelling through towns the onslaught of grubby residencies spoil the scenery...?
Laundry day. What more can I say...? Dirty clothes, I suppose, simply reacts with my nose.
My relaxation time is in my bath. I eat, drink, watch movies, listen to music, come up with ideas, ponder, dwell, dream, reminisce, and wish, in my bath.
One person's perspective on seeing with monocular vision.
I am glad when I am able to put pen to paper in any given situation.
We all deny we have them. Carnal thoughts. Inspiration is all around. I do not hold back when a string of verses catch me. The difficulty comes in having the means to write down the draft at the time of creation. Memory is not always reliable.
Love is a contradiction. How soon we spoil anything wholesome.
I met a blind woman who had another sight. This article tells us how we can acquire the second sight which all of us need badly.
We are from nature and sticking to its ways of self-renewal will stand us in good stead than trying to assert to deprive and humiliate others like we tend to do as a matter of course. We have to raise our bar in terms of coexistence and inclusiveness to take the next step forward in o...
A childhood is faith remembered and renewed in old age.
"Love is the strangest thing, if it finds you, treasure it, cherish it, for love comes just once in your lifetime that's true"
Taking care of our eyes is a good way to look at our friends, family and the beauty of the world.
This is my poor attempt to portray the beautiful sight of the millions of starlings we see on a winters evening in England .
Just a short poem about the heavy drinking these days and why it causes stress to families and friends.
Article about How You Can Heighten the Sense of Sight
Sometimes I am led to open up to others and spread the Word of God. Planting a seed in someone's mind and heart may produce another follower of Christ.
A short poem about the cost and work needed when you have a bust pipe. I am now insured against it, just in case.
Short poem about owain glyndwr a welsh prince who fought against king henry and the english when wales was ruled by england.
A description of the nutritional benefits of Beta-Carotene, and it's application as a medicinal.
Simple, yet effective tips in spelling using your senses and the four strategies of spelling.
Hurray!~~~ Just 39 days after joining Wikinut and I am already writing my 100th article, ready to be published. Most of my articles here are reposted articles from my ezinearticles and Hubpages account, but about 10 of these 99 articles were first published here, of which 4 are Poems!
We take our eyes for granted, until age or restriction, adds glasses as a cruel necessity...As if that isn't bad enough, I swear that they take on a life of their own every time I put them down...A spectacle wearer's heartfelt lament...
An allegorical house scene to help us appreciate the non locality of consciousness.
This an experimental poem with multiple rhyming words coming one over the other in the next line in every stanza. Every stanza conveys a philosophical message.
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