Missing Ideas




Ideas not uttered, not even stuttered

Drunken words secretly shuttered

 Hollow thoughts imprisoned in the pen

Blank pages endlessly blowing in the wind




This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word wind. Please drop by and join the fun at  Patricia’s Place






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Categories: Challenges, Poetry

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42 replies

  1. You did an excellent job.. and it blew me away… 🙂 😍

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  2. Hi Eugenia. I’ve nominated you for the Mystery Blogger Award. Here’s the link-https://shamimsobhani.wordpress.com/2017/03/29/mystery-blogger-award/


  3. Fantastic imagery, Eugenia…may your pen keep flowing! 🙂

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  4. Many thoughts come to mind here. Interesting poem.

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  5. That was well written. Bravo.


  6. More wine Eugenia, a fine companion to poets block 🙂 Enjoyed your poem.

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  7. this is awesome 🙂


  8. Loved the haunting ethereal, sifting in the wind quality about this ^^


  9. Wonderful! So much said in just a few words. Thanks for linking to In Other Words.

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  10. What an interesting image you create with your words. The final sentence blew me 🙂

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  11. The imagery used in ‘Drunken words’ and ‘Hollow Thoughts’ is awesome.

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  12. I love poetry, but am a little particular about it. Your poetry is very appealing to me. Extremely creative. Forgive me if you disagree, but I sense almost a wee touch of rap in your style. Am I wrong? Anyway, I also love rap.


    • Thank you and I am glad you like my style. I love music and like my poetry to sing, if you know what I mean. I have been told before that there is a touch of rap in my writing style and I consider that a compliment. The lyrics for rap songs are usually poetic. 🌼

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  13. Hi Eugenia, thank you for the follow on my blog. I look forward to seeing more of your posts and getting to know you through bloggy land.


  14. Thanks so much for the follow! Back at’cha. 🙂

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  15. Hey Eugenia,

    Your post is a perfect marriage of image and words….the sense of perpetual motion, anticipation and tension, and of energetic thoughts and words pirouetting as particles slowly turning like windmill sails in the mind. I’ve sat for several long minutes transfixed by the sand-devil eagerly waiting for it to settle, but it never does, nor the words embraced within its hypnotic dance. Beautiful work Eugenia, thank you. I feel stirred, inspired, and lulled by the breeze..

    Few ever know the name of the wind….but I believe you do 🙂

    Namaste 🙂


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    • Thank you so much for your lovely comment. I take a lot of time to find images that I feel compliment my writings. I enjoy it and feel I am honing my creativity. I sincerely appreciate your comments. 🌹 🌻

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      • Thank you for being so thoroughly discerning with the choice of art-work. I appreciate how tricky it can be marrying two elements that draw on ‘differing’ skills within our one creative box: each have their own voice and unique power of expression. This post offers a perfect balance and is an excellent example of creativity and lateral thinking? I think your creative edge is well honed Eugenia, sharp as a scalpel drawn by a rapier mind 🙂

        I admit to struggling sometimes with the imagery I use. I try to do my own art-work where possible and enjoy every minute of the labour. I persist until I feel it is right, or until I feel I can let it go, whichever occurs first. With some images I might go through a dozen takes until it gels. The transition between writing and image-making is not always easy to bridge. The reader seldom knows what struggles go on behind the screen to get the post just right, but I acknowledge that effort, as too the time and investment of energy given to the writing. It is the entire ‘mis-en-scene’ that one appreciates. And you do an excellent job. Thank you 🙂

        A wonderful post, an excellent poem. Thank you, it is a pleasure as always to visit.

        Namaste 🙂


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