Photings are jottings on photos!
i like that onenice thought(for me "free bird" will always remind me of playing the lynrd skynrd - spelling approx - number of that name in smoke-filled pubs) -- ah the good old days :)
floots..I agree.those good old days....
cleverly done... love it!
Originality, owning it, feeling something for ourselves and not just parroting - I think that's what makes things real.
This was really well done!
As a parrot myself, I'm still looking for the green tree..!:) Repeating the lines expected of me...!:(Talking about parrots, why not recount a Easter fable?:)A shopkeeper kept a parrot. One day he went to the city. While he was away, the cat spilt a vessel of oil in the shop and fled. When the man returned he thought the vessel was overturned by the parrot. He hit him so hard that all of the feathers fell from the parrot’s head. Some time later a bald man can by and the parrot cried: ‘What oil did you spill!?’
I really like this one!Good work!
P.S. : Not an Easter but an Eastern story, this verion comes from Rumi, the Persian poet.
Liked this Magiceye...like the idea of not being a copycat...good one!
I enjoy seeing birds out side...flying free Nasra
"i refuse to parrot those lines expected of me"so true
this one's nice magiceye,a free bird makes our spirits free.c yah!!!
lovely stuff john
floots.... yes the good ole ale days!gautami... thank youpolona... glad you loved itpaul...absolutelyrobot55.5... thanks for stopping by..hope to see you oftenborut...thank you...love your fablesmargie...thank youjanice...thank youchandni..thank younasra...very trueshnaggy...keep flyingjohn....thank you....good to see you back
good for the bird! :)