short story slam, three word wednesday,

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a school of blackbird swirl

the dark shadow casts ovoo in my afternoon

moving force whistling rhythms


autumn and pantomime snowing

wheels of oilton spots RockErin on Jay Byers,

fried dumplings save bawds


wires barbaric and ironic,

pieced fence isolates Pawnee and Payne,

wedding bell rings for Chad and Nicole Neal


Faulty, Enigmatic, and Yale,

Jennings sends Gusher to Cleverland Evans,

Chal Byers meets Jim Dillard by Grovel Cave.




short story slam week 33, Nov. 12 to December 6, 2015

3WW Week No. 453



short story slam week 32, october write day 29, sad end, or new begining with unexpected events

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It’s Day 29 of #OctPoWriMo

as usual, Jessica puts on her make up, looking at her bathroom mirror,
she removes a few white hair from her belongs, and floss to ensure
that she does not smell bad, although she remains alone, mostly.

when she drives her Van to locale gas stop, she fuels for a minimum
5 dollars, then she walks in, buys a cup of Maxwell house blend coffee,
that’s how she does to make her day full.

on her way back home, when she drives cross the intersection between
Monroe and Duck, she notices a vehicle, it appears very familiar, a doubt
instantly jumps over her mind, she feels her heart sink, yet instincts
stop her from what she is doing, and why she begins to go through lots
of emotional drama after that?

that’s when she hears a story about a man who has to make xtra efforts
to win approval, and to make the ends meet due to some circumstances
of his job boss, and the knot remains untied, and the event has tremendous
impacts on her, she recalls that she has drive herself to a nearby parking lot,
hoping to see that sensitive car again, and wishing to know what’s the story
behind the rushed wheels, and what’s the negative comments from her
trusted partner, and why she could not have full access to some places…

this is a story of a realistic experience, and we don’t know what has happened,
and we will not know what will occur, and we will not be notified about what
will happen if we apply that bad assumption to an innocent person…thus, Jessica
decides to let it be….maybe nothing, maybe nothing worthy knowing,
that’s the end of this story.

short story slam: the eye contact cross the shoulder

an education student has grown tense emotion over a girl he spots in a picnic, and her name is Rosella Harding, who happens to be a transfer freshman from Oxford university, Rosella has thick black hair, a pony tail that swings in her back make her full of rhyming sense, and her well shaped eye brows set all men in coma, the education junior has a respective nature, which implies that he will not speak or nod but remain decent, or distant. he could not afford to lose his ego because from past experience, women all avoid hot chicks and refuse to think that a lad shall bunny hopping his eyes among girls too many.
only in his dreams, he sees himself walk along Rosella, and with her hands firmly holding his.

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Brazil Joins the Convention on Migratory Species Thu, Oct 1, 2015

The Accession of Brazil, one of the World’s Mega-Biodiverse Nations, Increases CMS Membership to 122

Hawksbill Turtle. Photo: Robert Harding/Image Broker

Bonn, 1 October 2015 – Brazil today became a Party to the UN-led Convention on Migratory Species (CMS), enabling South America’s largest country to work with other nations under the Convention to better support and protect the enormous variety of its fauna.

From the gentle manatee to the champion traveller, the sanderling, Brazil boasts an amazing richness of wildlife. Its diverse network of ecosystems provides shelter to thousands of animals including many migratory ones.

Among the many migratory animals occurring in Brazil listed by CMS as threatened with extinction are the Eskimo Curlew, the Caribbean Manatee, the Sperm Whale, the La Plata Dolphin and the Great White Shark.

CMS is an inter-governmental treaty concerned with the conservation of wildlife and habitats on a global scale, covering terrestrial, aquatic and avian migratory species. The United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) provides the Secretariat to the Convention.

CMS Executive Secretary Bradnee Chambers, said: “By becoming a contracting Party to the Convention, Brazil has filled a major gap on the conservation map of the Western Hemisphere and South America. Brazil joins other G20 countries such as India and South Africa as a Party to CMS, which is increasingly being recognized as an important global forum to promote the conservation of threatened migratory species including many iconic animals.”

Brazil is one of the world’s 17 mega-biodiverse nations, and its abundance of plant and animal life is unmatched by any other country. It contains two biodiversity hotspots-the Mata Atlantica (Atlantic Forest) and the Cerrado– six terrestrial biomes and three large marine ecosystems. The country also hosts the only reef environments of the South Atlantic, distributed along the north-eastern coast.

Almost two thirds of the country is covered by the Amazon rainforest, providing home to one third of all animal species worldwide, many of which are endangered. Brazil has the highest known number of species of plants, freshwater fish and mammals. It is also third in the world in bird species and second in reptiles. On average, 700 new animal species are being discovered in Brazil every year.

Earlier, Brazil joined other CMS Parties to better protect Southern South American Migratory Grassland Bird Species and their habitats. In addition to habitat loss and fragmentation, grassland birds are threatened by agrochemicals, pollution and illegal capture.

Brazil is also already a signatory to the CMS agreement on albatrosses and petrels, seabirds which often fall victim of bycatch in fishing nets. Shorebirds that pass through Brazil on their annual migration from Alaska to Terra del Fuego and back also benefit from enhanced regional collaboration.

Brazil is one of the countries with the greatest variety of migratory shark species, 13 of which are listed on the CMS Appendices and Annex 1 of the specialized CMS instrument on these fish. Ranked 13th on the FAO list of the top shark-catching nations, Brazil works with Regional Fisheries Management Organizations to apply regulations on shark finning.

Joining forces with other South American countries that are Parties to the Convention- Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay- will allow Brazil to boost the conservation of migratory species in the region.

For further information, please contact:

Florian Keil, Coordinator of the Common Information Management, Communication and Outreach Team of the UNEP/CMS and UNEP/AEWA Secretariats, e-mail:; tel: +49 (0)228 815 2451

Veronika Lenarz, UNEP/CMS Secretariat, e-mail:; tel. +49 (0)228-8152409

Francisco Rilla, UNEP/CMS Capacity-Building Officer, e-mail:; tel. +49 (0)228 815 2460


The Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) aims to conserve terrestrial, aquatic and avian migratory species throughout their range. It is an intergovernmental treaty, concluded under the aegis of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), concerned with the conservation of wildlife and habitats on a global scale. With Brazil’s accession there are now 122 Parties including the European Union to the Convention.

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