There’s light in the darkness

searching for answers

how to afford life’s juggle

darkness creeps near

light flickers onward

have faith in oneself

Reena’s Exploration Challenge #161

I invite you to meditate on light this week, and share your take on the subject.

PAD Challenge #11

2020 has been a tough year for most people. Write a poem about your year. This can be a simple survival message, or a triumphant call. Use whatever form you please.

Your Daily Word Prompt – Afford – November 12, 2020

Word of the Day Challenge – Juggle


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37 responses to “There’s light in the darkness

  1. Very well penned! 😊

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  2. And if there were no darkness, you would probably not notice the light? 🙂

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  3. Like good and evil. Light and darkness.

    Have a fabulous day, Eugenia. ♥

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  4. Keeping the faith… Love the poem, Eugenia!

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  5. Very nicely done ❤❤

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  6. A lovely photograph too

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  7. Yes Eugenia the search for answers never stops….
    Until the fading night goes pop…

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  8. Faith in oneself is essential to come out of the darkness. Beautiful poem

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  9. Very beautiful Eugenia..Light to eternal life and darkness to eternal damnation.

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  10. An inspirational post, Ma’am. 🙂

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  11. Faith is certainly needed in times like these.

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    There’s light in the darkness ….. by Eugenia


  13. We all need to hold up that light. (K)

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  14. Positive and uplifting! Wishing you a very happy Diwali! May the festival light, illuminate our darkness. 🎆🎇

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  15. Faith is what we really need Eugi..beautiful

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  16. Faith is what helps us see light at the end of the tunnel. Well penned Eugenia!!

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