Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Faraway – March 15, 2022

predicting futures

for those in faraway places

games played naive

“Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.” – Roy T. Bennett

Your Weekly Prompt – Faraway – March 12, 2022

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  1. It is hard to predict my own future. Good point about predicting the future of others in faraway places.

    • I agree predicting our own future would be difficult, Frank. As far as others in faraway places wishing for peace rather than predicting may be more realistic.

  2. Such a wonder prompt and a lovely haiku. Makes me think hard about my future, perhaps it gonna be better tomorrow. ❤

  3. I particularly like that last line.

  4. Hi, Eugenia. I just can’t believe anther Tuesday has come around so quickly; and. all set up with another great image and prompt . I have shared. Stay Smiling.

  5. Great prompt! It put a smile on face. Thank you!

  6. Keep sending thoughts of peace, Eugenia, and they’ll reach those faraway places eventually!
    Here’s my post for this week:

  7. Hi, Eugenia. Another great prompt. Here is my offering and response to this week’s word prompt – ‘Faraway’. An offering that goes back a long way to my reading Enid Blyton’s story to many many children. It was a much loved favourite with them all. here’s the link;

    Let the magic live on.
    Have a great day everyone.

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  9. I went in a spacific dirction of ‘faraway’ ; Faraway and Safe in the Woods

  10. “Faraway” REALLY touched me Eugi! My mind went right to the Ukraine…..I doubt when you wrote this poem, you were thinking that….
    I wish I could take all of them ‘faraway’ & give them somewhere safe to be…..
    {{{hugs}}} BellaSita Mum (Sherri-Ellen) & purrss BellaDharma

    P.S.: I hope my comment is not offensive or controversial. It is said in sincerity <3

  11. I think our hearts all go to those who suffer needlessly when we think of “far away”. We don’t know what will happen, we have to hang on to hope. And prayers 🙏 I love your words, and the quote ❤

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