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Ma and Pa Mockingbird on the Niceties of KindnessMa and Pa Mockingbird on the Niceties of Kindness by Leah Sellers
30 March 2017
Ma and Pa Mockingbird were out pickin'-and-a-peckin' up their lunchtime grubs and grasshoppers at the local park's jogging trail. (Add a comment)
Children of the StarsChildren of the Stars by Nikos Laios
30 March 2017
Under the Blue moon They gazed up into The sky and felt The coolness of The world still Their hearts. (Add a comment)
Sunshine On My ShouldersSunshine On My Shoulders by The Ovi Team
30 March 2017
March 30th 1974. Of his many enormous hits in the 1970s, none captured the essence of John Denver better than his first #1 song, "Sunshine On My Shoulders," which reached the top of the pop charts on this day in 1974. (Add a comment)
Wall talk #705Wall talk #705 by Thanos Kalamidas
30 March 2017
Contemporary talk, wall to wall walk! (1 comment)
Ronald Reagan shotRonald Reagan shot by The Ovi Team
30 March 2017
March 30th 1981; John Hinckley, Jr. shoots President Ronald Reagan outside the Hilton Hotel in Washington D.C. just after the president had addressed the Building and Construction Workers Union of the AFL-CIO. Hinckley was armed with a .22 revolver with e (Add a comment)
Disaster As Joy: Cyclone Debbie StrikesDisaster As Joy: Cyclone Debbie Strikes by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
29 March 2017
The eerie sense that something is about to happen, with unsolicited fulsome vicious force was hard to avoid. There is a pregnant sense in the air, the pre-moisture in the winds that tease the leaves, caress the branches with harshness, the palm leaves be (Add a comment)
This Poem Contains Flash PhotographyThis Poem Contains Flash Photography by Neil Leadbeater
29 March 2017
The paparazzi freeze you. A girl's pendant catches the sun. For a second it nearly blinds you. (Add a comment)
Will Anyone Dare Tell the Emperor That He Goes Around Naked?Will Anyone Dare Tell the Emperor That He Goes Around Naked? by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
29 March 2017
"Truthful hyperbole" as defined in the last quote above by Donald Trump may go a long way in explaining, at least partially, why he won the presidency. It is a formula by which one gives oneself permission to lie. Truth is not objective, it is not deter (Add a comment)
Tom Jones knightedTom Jones knighted by The Ovi Team
29 March 2017
Tom Jones can apparently count among his many fans one Elizabeth Windsor of London, England-known professionally as Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territor (Add a comment)
Travel ParanoiaTravel Paranoia by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
28 March 2017
How paranoid can one become? Consider the latest laptop ban. Last Tuesday, the U.S. and U.K. banned people flying from much of the Middle East and North Africa from carrying laptops, tablets and other large electronic devices in the airplane cabin because (Add a comment)
Everything Red for the QueenEverything Red for the Queen by Michael Lee Johnson
28 March 2017
Everything is red in the kingdom of the queen. Matador hat with barnacles, witch white hair to the shoulders, tickling the breast. (Add a comment)
Mario Vargas LlosaMario Vargas Llosa by The Ovi Team
28 March 2017
March 28th 1928; Peruvian novelist and unsuccessful presidential candidate Mario Vargas Llosa is born. Llosa, who built his fame as a writer on works ranging from novels to plays to critical essays, was educated in Bolivia, where he grandfather was Peruvi (Add a comment)
#freemelania 17_12#freemelania 17_12 by Thanos Kalamidas
28 March 2017
#freemelania is all about the Trump-environment bowl, a fish has to live into. (Add a comment)
The Alabama rallyThe Alabama rally by The Ovi Team
28 March 2017
March 28th 1965; Dr Martin Luther King has taken a crowd of nearly 25,000 people to the steps of the state capital of Montgomery, Alabama to highlight black grievances. The procession marks the end of a five-day march which started in Selma and it brought (Add a comment)
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