Whew, that took awhile. Here is my attempt at haikus. Amateurish at best, but I don’t care. My second submission to The Daily Post daily prompt challenge. Hope you enjoy! What’s up with me responding to prompts all of a sudden? I need to soul-search. He She Early morn, window frosts the cold draft of … Continue reading Of Lovelorns & Haikus
I don’t know whether this qualiﬁes as a limerick; I’m not a poet, nor a writer, for that matter. But here goes nothing. Heck, who’s judging? Umm, it’s not necessarily Usain, but ain’t it rather difficult to picture somebody else? there was a man named Bolt, Who boaﬆed he can outrun a colt, Thus, the … Continue reading Prompt – Jolt
April 7: Thoughts.
Excerpt from Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning #2.
Excerpt from Frankl's Man's Search For Meaning.
Over the mountains of sleep, my Love, Over the hills of dream, Beyond the walls of care and fate, Where the loves and memories teem; We come to a world of fancy free, Where hearts forget to weep; — Over the mountains of dream, my Love, Over the hills of sleep. Over the hills of … Continue reading Beyond the Hills of Dream
Words taken from Merriam-Webster quiz, on which I did poorly (7/13). Some are most obscure and perhaps will never be used in quotidian talk. Nevertheless, I chose to give them a place here, else I’ll have to pay monthly to use MW’s unabridged dictionary from which many of these words were selected and whose definitions … Continue reading Name Calling, I Guess
Diary entry: Feb 7, 2017. Sleepy in County.
Diary entry: February 6, 2017. It Rains.
every act and example is written in the child’s memory tablet. Let your hours with the children be loving, laughing, living hours. Pat them on the head, joke with them, whisper affection, express love to them. Those acts will be remembered in all their years to come, for you are planting everlasting plants that may … Continue reading On Children 101