Humour, Poems and Yarns from the Pen of a Complete Novice.
I love it Windsmoke. And there is a lot of dust here too. Sigh. Thanks.
Hi Windsmoke,Unfortunately I see the dust that decides to settle through the rays of the sun, everyday.Ahhh the joys of living in the city. :)
I remember watching dust drift through the sunbeams coming through the living room windows at my grandparent's house. It was often during boring Sunday afternoons back before television had all those channels.Don't know if it was a good or bad thing watching dust fly.
G' Day THE ELEPHANTS CHILD: Dust is certainly pesky stuff :-).G' Day MAGS: Sometimes it seems there is more dust in the city than anywhere else :-).G' Day BEACH: I reckon watching dust fly about is the same as watching paint dry :-).
I can see them! I can SEE them!! That's how good your word-smithing is!!
Sunbeams are like nature's microscopes, I reckon. The dust is always there but most of the time we forget about it. When we do see it [courtesy of sunbeams] it really does cavort. Yep, it cavorts.Thanks for yet another big smile, Windsmoke.
Again, Windsmoke, you are able to conjure up vivid images, with just a few well-chosen words. Great work.
I love tiny sunbeams, I used to get them in my bedroom through the east facing ventilation brick high up in the wall. I'd lie there and watch them until the sun moved far enough that they'd disappear. Then it was time to get up.
You are definitely on a roll!
Nice one Windsmoke.
Used to facinate me as a child.I used to just sit watching the swirling dust for hours.Thanks for the happy memory prompt!!
G' Day RED: I'm glad you got the right image :-).G' Day FRUIT CAKE:"Sunbeams are like natures mircoscopes" i like that description very much :-). G' Day MAL: Believe me its not easy to create the right image but i get there in the end :-).G' Day RIVER Natures alarm clock :-).G' Day DAVE: Thanks for the vote of confidence :-).G' Day PERTH: Thanks for saying so its much appreciated :-).G' Day YGRAINE: I reckon watching swirling dust can become hypnotic :-).
dust mites are found everywhere. it's hard to keep them under control.
G' Day LIFE RAMBLINGS: I'll agree with that :-).
RED NOMAD OZ...that's pretty sad...and now there's our movie.And let it be said that we all tried to warn you all for at least going on three years.And they say they are going to use everybody's city and exact names if they have not " given it all away"...so either you act fast and you do what KARL ROVE- HILLARY CLINTON and RUSH LIMBAUGH are doing, which are deals, now, or you can't say nobody didn't tell you that you will be in CANNES.
G' Day MICHELLE: Welcome to Bizarre Scribble and i hope to hear from you in the future :-).
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