A bcc to myself

Was that really me,

my crumbling thoughts,

intoxicated cynical assertions?

Pockets of stillness no longer

harbor a pregnant pause

instead bestirs the potential

of emptiness.

Once free-flowing bonds

now chaotic with undulating

patterns.

I suddenly feel my past

a lost alphabet waiting

to be written.

Methinks, tis time for all

mankind to question your maps,

your destinations and know

what your dreams are.

Reena’s Exploration Challenge #112

This week you can choose one or more from a set of 10 words/phrases, to kickstart your thought process. Let us see where the journey takes you. The comments often offer different perspectives and start another thread of creativity. Find time to read those and interact with other writers. Here are the options…

  • pockets of stillness
  • question your maps
  • cynical assertions
  • lost alphabet
  • was that really me?
  • crumbling thoughts
  • undulating patterns
  • free-flowing bonds
  • pregnant pause
  • potential of emptiness

Fae Corps – November Writing Prompts – your dreams are – Day 8 prompt

-Eugenia

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23 replies

  1. Applause to you Eugenia! Really well spoken and incredible use of the prompt! 😀 ❤

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  2. Brilliant Eugenia! ❤🌹

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  3. You are an excellent wordsmith. Beautiful.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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  4. Truly insightful Eugenia, and yes I continue the questions, with every morning that I wake up….

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  5. Fantabulous! All the words used, and not a single word feels out of place.

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  6. Reblogged this on Reena Saxena and commented:

    A bcc to myself … an incredible take by Eugenia on Exploration Challene #112

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  7. Wonderful use of all the phrases.

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  8. The title grabbed me – great lead in to a poem that resonates.

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