Private Writings: Chapter #84 “The Conspirators”

private writings a novel of true fantasy by jennifer kiley [shawn's 2d blue name]

“The Conspirators”
Private Writings #86
Written by Jennifer Kiley
Post Tuesday 14th October 2014

Not Suitable For Children.
Anyone Resembling Anyone Living or Dead
Is Purely Coincidental.

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Crypticistic Synopsis:

private writings to dr. annie haskell psychoanalyst

I am the storyteller using imagination fantasy feelings & thoughts

to discover self soul eternal serenity & bliss

but to most importantly tell the best tale ever after upon a time.

see you down the rabbit hole.

Private Writings: Chapter #84 — “The Conspirators”

Tuesday 21th April 2009

Dear Maria,

I am writing this letter to “Whom It May Concern” at the FBI. I am sending this, as the accuser, with know witnesses, to you at the FBI and to the Mastermind of a Secret Organization. I will explain. There have been an innumerable number of assassinations/murder for hire & sacrifice. One of these murders took place at “LE FEAST” an annual event for WUFFDE. Invitation only. Rotating locations. This past one at the Auction following, the painting “blank” missing from WWII was on the block. It is also when my friend Angela Huntington was being murdered. She dies later but it happened at “Le Feast.”

But then you know all of this information don’t you Clifford Huntington.

How many others have been destroyed in your groups ways of illumination. The Empyreum, I believe your underground organization as referred to by the Rich and Famous. How many are you responsible for. In another way of asking, How many wanted people taken out for their own personal success. Even you had to sacrifice. Who did you let go to the chopping block. The injection club. The crash & burn club? Lost count.

What about the auction the The Feast. A painting lost in the war was put up for bid to attract millions. Maybe even a billion dollars. What painting did you have this year? None other that a [THE PAINTING BY ARTIST NAME HERE]. It’s outrageous the way you flaunt your wealth and power. It must cease. We know who you are. We know from the inside.

That is all I wish to say.

The Secret Keeper

Ps. Directly to the FBI. You cannot have declared all that these Degenrates have done as accidents or suicides. INVESTIGATE. But you won’t. They don’t want you to.

© Madison Taylor 2008

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The Godfather Theme Song


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“A Dream
The beginning always starts out
With a dream.
It is all a dream
In our own nightmares”
— Madison Taylor

Le Chateau de Rocher - Home to Madison & Scottie   Their Cats & daughter Alison. She has her own place on the estate

Le Chateau de Rocher – Home to Madison & Scottie
Their Cats & daughter Alison. She also has her own place on the estate

play is not just play meryl streep“Pretending is not just play.
Pretending is imagined possibility”
— Meryl Streep

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Tell A Dragon Tale Week…

the secret keeper:

Dragon Green looks to be in the middle of a muddle at the moment. What an exciting post for Month of the Dragon. Extremely impressive. <3 jkm

Originally posted on MacKENZIE's Dragon's Nest:

Dragon Blossom - Laura Diehl

Dragon Blossom – Laura Diehl

Few creatures wend their way across the length and breadth of the literary canon with the brazen panache of Dragons. From Medieval allegory to modern fantasy, from bedtime stories to the spark of nightmares, Dragons in literature are as varied as they are in real life and quick a bit easier to find. With new works on and about our friends coming out with fiercesome regularity, it is only just that we devote a week to their tales, old and new.

Today, I begin with some personal favorites – and for those of you who know me, I beg your indulgence for having spoken of these books before.

drg greenJ.Bissell-Thomas.The Dragon Green (London: Robert Hale Ltd., 1936).

This was my first Dragon book ever, so it naturally has a special place in my heart. It is a tale of rare and wonderful Dragon Green, born…

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Private Moments #84 of “Private Writings” ENDS on October 28th 2014]

private moments in paintings & poetryPrivate Moments #84 
“Has a New Life Been Granted Me?”
Poem Written by Jennifer Kiley

Post 20th October 2014
Poem for Private Writings: Chapter #84 “A Momentary Pause”
“Talking Serious Degrees of Time” by jkm

“For that fine madness still he did retain,
Which rightly should possess a poet’s brain.”
~Michael Drayton~ (1563-1631)

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talking serious degrees of time (c) jkm

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“Has a New Life Been Granted Me?”
By Madison Taylor
29th April 2009

Has a New Life Been Granted Me?
Has a new life been born?
Awakening an energy
I forgot
The feelings for

Breathing in air clean
No feelings of expelling pain
Or the ability
To be attracted
To the sustenance
That maintains
Or excels life

I felt death tap my shoulder
Alerting me to its impatience
It was a battle
I felt loss circling my life
Pulling it away from me

Not suicidal
More the feeling of demise
Was on its own
Nothing in me
Was trying to participate

My struggle was to beat it out
Before it could claim
My weakening flesh

Somehow my angels
Pulled together their power
And rescued me
They did
But hopeful

Is the promise within
I will make it beyond
And the next day
Will care for itself
Building up my defenses
That which wants me
So insistently

Always playing at
Forcing my final

I am a survivor
And I don’t
And won’t give in
Or up

© jkm

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Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini - Composer Rachmaninoff – Pianist Maksim Mrvica

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“Doorway to a Place of Enchantment”

“Creating is having the courage
to allow the seer into the private
moments of our imaginative lives.”

— jkm the secret keeper
aka Jennifer Kiley McCormack

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(c) jennifer kiley 2014

Top Ten Writing Rules from Famous Writers

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Top Ten Writing Rules

from Famous Writers

Post by Jennifer Kiley

Post Sunday 19th October 2014

 Top Ten Writing Rules from Famous Writers

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Rule # 10

Write a draft.
Then let it rest.

- Stephen King

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Rule # 9

Read a lot.

- Stephen King

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Rule # 8

Never use a long word
when a short one will do.

- George Orwell

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Rule # 7

Never use the passive
when you can use the active instead.

- George Orwell

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Rule # 6

Know your audience.

- Pierre Berton

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Rule # 5

& read the good stuff
before you write.

- Pierre Berton

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Rule # 4

Honour the miraculousness
of the ordinary.

- Andrew Morton

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Rule # 3

Good draft = draft – 10%

- Stephen King

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Rule # 2

Look at every word in a sentence
& decide if they are really needed.
If not – kill them.
Be ruthless.

– Bob Cooper

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Rule # 1

Writing doesn’t love you.
It doesn’t care.
Nevertheless it can behave
with remarkable generosity.
Speak well of it. Encourage others.
Pass it on.

- Al Kennedy

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“Roll the Dice” by Charles Bukowski [Short Film]

creative musings [dragon]
Roll the Dice

Poem by Charles Bukowski

A Short Film

Post by Jennifer Kiley

Post Saturday 18th October 2014

Extremely important & wise words spoken in video. Charles Bukowski words awaken the senses. A Call to Self. Do It. Do It. All the Way.

The poetic words being spoken with the background of the video carry the viewer along down the road with Mr. Bukowski as spoken by Tom O’Bedlam.

Let yourself be absorbed by the flow. <3 jkm

All the Way | A Charles Bukowski Poem | By Willem Martinot

Roll the Dice
by Charles Bukowski

if you’re going to try, go all the
otherwise, don’t even start.

if you’re going to try, go all the
this could mean losing girlfriends,
wives, relatives, jobs and
maybe your mind.

go all the way.
it could mean not eating for 3 or 4 days.
it could mean freezing on a
park bench.
it could mean jail,
it could mean derision,
isolation is the gift,
all the others are a test of your
endurance, of
how much you really want to
do it.
and you’ll do it
despite rejection and the worst odds
and it will be better than
anything else
you can imagine.

if you’re going to try,
go all the way.
there is no other feeling like
you will be alone with the gods
and the nights will flame with

do it, do it, do it.
do it.

all the way
all the way.

you will ride life straight to
perfect laughter, its
the only good fight
there is.


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“How To Do Visual Comedy” Edgar Wright Knows

Glasgow Film Theatre
How To Do Visual Comedy
Edgar Wright Knows

A Short Film

Post by Jennifer Kiley

Post Friday 17th October 2014
Comedies in the states are mostly skits with people talking. The originality is too lazy with few exceptions.

Watch this Short Film & see which direction your comedy sense of humor goes.

I have always preferred British Humor over most American humor. It’s funnier. I laugh harder. Edgar Wright is one of the comedy geniuses of the UK.

Now, American film makers need to stop being lazy & show some of their creative genius.

Melissa McCarthy is a great example of someone who throws herself into the physical as well as the verbal comedic approach. She makes me ROTFLMAO. Few can do that today in the States.

The audience is being made to dumb down their expectations. Look at SNL. With the few exceptions most of SNL humor sucks. The women tend to be funnier & it is usually only a few women who are given the material to carry it off.

This film will show you what you have been missing if you haven’t followed the form of comedy in this short film. If you have, then you are one of the lucky & fortunate ones.

The word needs to be spread. The more laughs in the world the lesser the tension is & the more it is likely to shrink. <3 jkm

Edgar Wright – How To Do Visual Comedy

From Tony Zhou

If you love visual comedy, you gotta love Edgar Wright, one of the few filmmakers who is consistently finding humor through framing, camera movement, editing, goofy sound effects and music. This is an analysis and an appreciation of a director so awesome that Marvel had to fire him on a holiday.

For educational purposes only. And as always, feel free to comment, like, or tell me it’s not a 747.

For further reading/viewing, I highly recommend:
David Bordwell’s essay on funny framings:
David Chen’s video essay on Wright’s use of close-ups:
And Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal:

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The Psychology of your self

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The Psychology of your self

TED Talk: Dan Gilbert

Post Created by Jennifer Kiley

Post Thursday 16th October 2014


Dan Gilbert - The Psychology of your self TED Talk

Published on Jun 3, 2014

“Human beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they’re finished.” Dan Gilbert shares recent research on a phenomenon he calls the “end of history illusion,” where we somehow imagine that the person we are right now is the person we’ll be for the rest of time. Hint: that’s not the case.

“The one constant in our life is Change.”

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