"Swearing great hope, the exiled risk across the globe,
and dream of riches and revenge." -- Spes Fallax -- Lucius Annaeus Seneca or pseudo-Seneca, trans Doyle --
I suppose this could be a variation on that adage, 'Don't sh..t in your nest', or some such advice. That's a wonderful image, and the idea of being swallowed up by dust is powerful.
haha!..still don't take her advice!!
Yikes! That's one big, hungry dust bunny! Clever :o)
This bought back images of my own bedroom when I was teenager ... and then more recently my daughters
With so few words, a floodgate of memories unleashed.Thanks, Isabel.
hmmm...perhaps i should have listened...its not too late though as long as they dont eat me before i get to them...smiles...fun take...
Excellent - left me giggling!(Luckily the dust didn't eat you alive!)Anna :o]
smile.....good one..thanks for sharing
I like these two completely unrelated stories
Ah, if this were true, I would have been eaten long ago...
This is marvelous. Just marvelous. What a photo.
Very effective response to this prompt, I have read several. Hope all's well with you and we will soon hear more about life in exile.
Ah, things well learned through fear.
Isabel, this was really witty! :) I see you haven't posted for a while. I hope you are doing well.
Miss you ... hoping all is well. Liz
Wonderful post and definitly worthy of my thank you comment.:)
It seems we're beginning to worry about you, Isabel. I hope you're okay.
Just noticed your absence from blogland Isabel - do so hope you are okay.Kind regardsAnna :o]
isabel, i, too, have been busy and not posting much--but i see that you have been away for quite awhile. i hope all is okay. thinking of you...susan
The dust could eat us alive, but only if we let it. Love the nest. Love the silhouette of the tree.
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