This beautifully evocative piece hit a nerve I just had to take a moment to process what I had read. It was a real “wow” moment for me. Even now, I still have these feelings and experiences. I highly recommend reading this piece and please, let’s talk about it.
I look forward to seeing you on the flipside so don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver
I discovered this lovely site yesterday when I was doing some freelance work. This is an online magazine which “…focuses on narrative and growth through travel and exploration.” – Cargo Literary, About Us page first paragraph and first sentence.
That sentence right there, that part of the sentence actually, is what caught my attention. I’ve never heard of this kind of magazine before, but I don’t read many so, I could be wrong. Has anyone else seen or heard of this kind of magazine, online or in print?? This site offers up perspectives on personal growth through travel, at home and abroad which I think is fantastic!!
The current issue can be found at :https://www.cargoliterary.com
In this issue, there are three poems, two photo essays, a book review, two visual art submissions and three creative nonfiction works. All of these have something to do with personal growth and with travel. One of the photo essays is about the American West, and they are stunning!! The poetry is beautiful, especially the one by Marjory Woodfield called Thumairi Street. She evokes such imagery it’s almost as if I’m there!
I can’t wait for the next issue to come out so I can see what new things are offered!! Don’t take my word for it, check it out yourself!! Cargo Literary at : https://www.cargoliterary.com
See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!!
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The above is a wonderfully written poem full of imagery and emotions! I hope you’ll like it as much as I did!
I am still working on learning French. Why, you ask? Because I can. 🙂 I actually like the way the language sounds. It’s smooth and almost musical. I took classes back in high school, and I fell in love with the language. It helps that I am able to produce a pretty authentic accent when I’m speaking as well. 🙂
So, I’m using Duolingo and TinyCards ( an offshoot of Duolingo) to learn the language. I’ve recently begun watching videos of French children’s songs on YouTube (not sure if I’ve mentioned that before or not), and I’m using the videos to help me with my accent and with strengthening words I’ve already learned.
I’m having fun with this. 🙂 I’ve also found a website with French poems that are both translated and read aloud in French so I can practice reading the language as well as speaking it. I will, eventually, practice writing it as well since I want to become fluent in the language.
Will I ever visit France after all this work, or because of all of this work? Possibly, but that’s not the reason I’m learning the language. I’m doing it because I enjoy it. I plan to learn other languages as well. 🙂
Well there you have it. I hope you all have a great day/night!
See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towels and sonic screwdrivers!