Month: March 2018

Incomprehension

Some may say ignorance is bliss A structured mind out of order Clocks and calendars without borders  Yet, our chronological age not amiss Some may feel time’s theirs to waste Often move through life with haste Comes that time to question ourselves By facing denizens upon dusty shelves Do we live for what we’re expected…

Say What?

Have you heard perchance Life’s stance is a game of chance Perhaps happenstance  § This week’s event is to write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word happenstance. Held weekly at Patricia’s Place  And please pay a visit to my other blog, ThusNSuch Eugenia Photo by FOX from Pexels

Tuesday Chatter Weekly – March 28, 2018

“Rest, rest, perturbed spirit!”-William Shakespeare Word of the week-perturbed (adjective)-troubled, anxious, upset. Synonyms-aghast, abashed, alarmed, daunted, blanched, distressed, rattled, spooked, startled. Words that rhyme or nearly rhyme-curbed, disturbed, absurd, superb. Mother Nature clearly perturbed Her tetchy attitude quite absurd  Spring’s harmonies are not taught Songbird ditties not for naught We yearn to see buttercup smiles…

Above and Beyond

How high is the sky No destination addictions No restrictions nor predictions No perceivable jurisdictions No evictions nor convictions No political frictions Whether fiction or non-fiction The confines of ceilings Concealing and unappealing Unyielding and unwilling Even chilling and unbelieving  How high is the sky I’ll forever be seeking That never-never land feeling  §  Reena’s…

Tuesday Chatter Weekly – March 18, 2018

A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.-Charles Spurgeon Word of the week–taradiddle-(noun) a petty lie, pretentious nonsense. synonyms-baloney, bunk, bosh, twaddle, meaningless, hokum Words that rhyme or nearly rhyme-classical, grammatical, mechanical, theatrical, practical, tyrannical, tactical, mathematical Oh, shades of fiddlesticks A taradiddle so melodramatic Methinks…

Order of the Day

Existence is the journey from day to day A calming map one’s impetus along the way To live only for the beginning to end Doesn’t mitigate our willingness to stay A life of drudgery can lead to dismay Let scents of lavender freshen the bouquet Enter the hiatus to save the day, be that as…