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the Internet town

dogs barking on every street, occasional fires, the homeless, the same music repeating every minute of the day. welcome all to the Internet town.

after a while even the noise of silence gets boring, and sometimes even the blind get perturbed by the immaturity some display of not seeing the obvious.

and in this pile of decomposing human thoughts, the only certainty is that there are still good blogs in some faraway corner of the streets, occasionally.


brocasarea said…
u in search of good blogs??...
Ghost Particle said…
i stopped searching bro, we used to just stumble upon good ones. but those good days are gone. im just sticking to the the ones I have already found, and in the reader. :)
Kavi said…
after a while even the noise of silence gets boring, and sometimes even the blind get perturbed by the immaturity some display of not seeing the obvious

And you just pull those words from air and weave magic. Hmm ! Lovely !

Nachi said…
forget a good blog, find me a good pub!! and i say we take Kavi along with us...

Miladysa said…
My what a lot of blogs you have Ghosty!

Your writing is really on form at the moment. I am enjoying your recent work on I have a weakness for you - keep up the good work.

Have you tried the Web Fiction Guide yet? Lots of fantastic stories and all for free - who needs to search for new blogs LOL


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