Welcome

Where would we be without words?

What would words be without imagination?

These pages showcase the landscapes created in my mind by the blending of words and imagination.

The words and the imagination are not mine.

They are gifted.

As all pleasure is enriched by sharing, I would like to share this bounty with you.

Perhaps you will be inspired to start your own journey, riding on the chariot of imagination, through the wonderful world of words.

Thank you for visiting.

Want to leave a comment? Wonderful. I welcome all constructive feedback. Now, here comes the but. Please be aware that, for obvious reasons, your comments will be posted after they have been reviewed by me.

Frustrated by trying to comment and/or add a “like” and having to create an account? I would be as well.

I can only sincerely apologize for this intrusive and distasteful feature. I cannot turn it off and was unaware of its existence when I signed up.

If you would like to contact me please do so via: words@johnlongbottom.net I would love to hear from you.

Thank you for visiting my website.

2 comments

  1. Kudos to you, John, for your new creative platform, “Imagine Imagination”. I was touched by your poems and stories, and especially chapter 1 of “Coming To”, your narrative about your recent brush with the Grim Reaper. Say what you will, but the combination of medical challenges and, shall we say, earned wisdom from Life’s relentless lessons, has added depth and nuanced perspective to your creative output. Altho’ happily it hasn’t hampered your sense of humour – or your profanities! Keep it up – and I look forward to further updates, especially Ch 2 of “Coming To”.

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