Here are my pictorial representations to the word order. Beginning with the quintessential definition of the word, in conveying it, I found a photo I took of a quay in Redondo Beach sometime perhaps two years ago.
Weekly photo challenge: Friends.
But if I told you I captured the seemingly unassuming photo above at the very exact moment when my nephew’s hand collided with mine, after which, in a split-second, he retracted his hand, then the whole experience — the sound the impact made, the weight of his hand, the softness of it, how he grunted — despite what the image conveys, is ephemeral, vanishing like a thunderclap. Continue reading “Photo Challenge – Evanescent”
Two ships, moored on Seventh Bay,
In her harbor, haunted by stormy gales,
There they weathered the tempestuous affray,
For nights of unending assails. Continue reading “Ships on Seventh Bay”
Drink, she said.
That was our wake up call; not the customary Good morning or Rise and Shine — no, none of the sort.
Drink, that was all. Short and to the point. Continue reading “Daily Prompt – Bitter”
This limerick — if you can call it that — was inspired by an occurrence at my workplace. There was this indescribable bliss from Kat after giving her patient what turned out to be a very nice haircut. Big deal, right? It was, for the man wouldn’t allow anyone at arm’s reach of him. Continue reading “Kat”
Started a collection category for when memory will no longer optimally serve me. Of course, that’s assuming Wordpress would still be around. This one, sang by Sharon Magdayao (Vina Morales) at 9 years of age. The song itself was written by a priest. Good job both.
Kaming mga kabataan karon
Ayaw’g pasagdi’ng mawala
Kay ang mga kahilay’ang tanan
Ani’a na ni’ng kalibutan Continue reading “Paglaum”