Carpe Diem #616, “accepting the finite” Accept the finite difficult but easier than bear betrayal. It ends now the heart is shut down spirit closed. Frozen thoughts remember eclipse not sunlight.
Daily prompt: Winning Streak. What’s the longest stretch you’ve ever pulled off of posting daily to your blog? What did you learn about blogging through that achievement, and what made you break the streak? Oh my ……………..! ……. this is a question I cannot answer. I am so sorry! I have been a blogger since 1996. Before… Read More Isn’t it fantastic
Att ha tinnitus dagarna i ända genom en Cinquian. Tinnitus Enerverande ljudproduktivt Utmattar gnager terroriserar Miljoner gräshoppor spelar outhärdligt Öronockupation
Skrivpuff: Ljuv. Cinquian Ljuvlighetsfundering Fantasieggande hypnotiserande Lusttriggar spänningsserverar behagar Tömmer & fyller mänskliga energireserver Verklighetsflykt
Haiku with Kigo. Kigo is that little Japanese word used by haijin (haiku poets) to fix or identify a season in their poem. There are more than 500 seasonal words that can be used. Chestnut/autumn and Balloon/spring. Deep in the chestnuts wanting to escape sooner chasing the balloon.