Sunday, June 30, 2013

* Walkabout In Sight Of Home

This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.

Its reference in the book is DREAMS 8:1-56

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26 comments:

  1. Wow - I was right there in the garden with you. Fantastic piece of writing.

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  2. Lovely imagery. Evocative. This is the past, present, future of a young, intelligent, competent man. Now I'm considering what mine are. Oh, my punny subconscious tells me the my past is an open book. My present - a whirlwind (husband just retired. Everything is changing.) Future - a river: calm on top, turbulent underneath but definitely going somewhere.

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    1. Thanks Roxie. I love the idea of the river.

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  3. Hari OM
    ...okay this is where comments fail. Am simply looking at you.

    We are soooooo going to have discussions in the waiting future. Meanwhile keep up the Dogasthenics as they are clearly proving beneficial! YAM xx

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  4. "Because I am boundless. Because I am different. Because I am Change.

    It's terrifying. I tell her.

    It's amazing. she corrects. You have to see it."

    Pure magic. Loved it, Indigo!

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    1. Thanks Dawn. It's an older piece, but the feelings remain.

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    2. I'm with Dawn on this one. My favorite sentence. Change can be terrifying or a wonderful adventure. Our choice. :)

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  5. If you keep making me think, my head will explode. Don't say I didn't warn you.

    :)

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    1. Hey Jenn! Apologies =) I'll post a picture of a badger next time.

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  6. This was such a FANTASTIC read, Indigo! What captivating imagery. Well written friend!

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    1. Thanks Mia, I'm glad you enjoyed it =)

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  7. wise she is...

    i love this piece, it's thought provoking and well spoken. (and i would be wise to remember that change is amazine)

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    1. Hey Eolist =) Thanks, that means a lot.

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  8. This was fantastic, Indigo! And I hope you're not offended or anything when I say that it reminded me of one of those profound scenes from Doctor Who.

    And the David Tennant version, for some reason. How weird is that?

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    1. Hey Margaret! Good grief, none taken! It sounds like a favourable comparison to me =) Thank you, Indigo x

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  9. I love this. Your writing is amazing. And I hate change almost as much as I hate peas. Does that help with the time travel issue?

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    1. Hey June! Thank you, you're far too kind. As for peas, I do acknowledge your preference. Tho, as peas are my favourite vegetable, I fear we may have compatibility issues? Or are we both iridescent threads woven into life's rich tapestry? Your pretentiously, Indigo x

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  10. "Because I am change." I think that is my favorite line in this piece! Where do you get these amazing ideas? You are so thoughtful... so deep.... so amazingly talented.

    On a side note, I also love how you used different colors as people (and lions!) spoke.

    As always... loved it!

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    1. Hey Katherine! Thanks, those are huge compliments. The colour thing helps provide some visual nterest, and some clarity for folk like me with short attention spans. Sadly, now I'm writing a book, it's not possible. Again, thank you. Indigo x

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  11. Don't take this the wrong way, but you could easily start a cult. Have you seen Kumaré? I'm envisioning you as him... :)

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    1. Hey Chelle! Welcome! I'd not heard of Kumaré, but having watched the trailer, I have to watch it. Most of my stuff is totally different to this, but if you still think I have guru potential after you've read a few more (30 DAYS OF ROTH is fun), I;m very flattered! Hope you enjoy! Indigo x

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