You’ll Always Be With Me
Fandom: James Bond
Summary: Although times change and we lose the people we love, in the end, they never leave us.
Notes: I based the following poem after the chapel scene in Skyfall, with James on the roof staring into the horizon. It’s one of my favourite scenes as I like to think that he is thinking about his life and the future now that everything has changed and the one woman who had been there by his side from the start is now gone. But I like to think at the same time it also entails a new beginning, especially when Eve gives him the bulldog. It’s as if he realises that although times change and we lose the people we love, in the end, they never leave us.
Photo Credit: Robin Holland
There is just so much I love about this photo. It has to be one of my many favourites of Judi. It captivates her beauty, and her eyes are just simply a gorgeous shade of blue.
Photo Credit: Perou
I know this is an older interview that was published by ‘The Times Magazine’ on September 24 2016, but there is just so many gorgeous pictures of her that were taken by Perou for this article.
The article’s content written by Deborah Ross can be read under the cut, or on ‘The Times’ website.
So, today I decided to enter another competition that is being hosted by Reader’s Digest. This one was more in my element where I had to submit a story that was exactly 100 words on a theme or topic of my choice.
So, today I decided to challenge myself and write a 50-word story based on a prompt given by the Scottish Book Trust. The prompt they had given was as follows;
Write a story set in this building.
This was one of the hardest writing challenges that I have ever done, and I am quite proud that I managed to stick to the 50-word limit. As to whether or not I win the overall competition for the month of December is another matter entirely. However, If I do not win, it is not a complete loss, as I managed to motivate myself to try something new and different to help improve my creative ideas and writing style.
If you would like to submit an entry, you can find the details on the Scottish Book Trust website. I would encourage anyone to give it a try and see what ideas you can come up with based on the photo. It can be challenging, but quite enjoyable too.
I wish everyone the best of luck should they wish to compete.
Happy 82nd Birthday, Dame Judi Dench | 9 December 1934