655 words by 2 writers in London & Aireys Inlet

Stories filed under Metaphor

nature, music, Metaphor

Reading Nature's Hieroglyphics

by David Wade Chambers

Aireys inlet — I’ve long been attracted to the fancy that nature produces hieroglyphic writing that only the wise can read. It is surely a harmless notion, a metaphor suggesting that nature can be read in more way...

Today's Quote, Today's Sunrise, Metaphor

Starting the Day

by David Wade Chambers

Aireys inlet — For most of my life, my time was equally divided between work and worry. I spent far too much time doing each of those things, and probably still do. However, in semi-retirement, I have made other i...

Life, Metaphor, Drink

Sometimes the small, common and seemingly insignificant really matters

by Adrian Tribe

London — Perhaps to say that we belittle small things is to state the obvious. They’re small, after all, so what else would we do?! But sometimes it’s good to stop and think about those small things, the eas...

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