personal reflections and observations of daily life, its idiosyncrasies, false notions, pseudo highlights, et al.
Oh sweetie that is beautiful, reminds me of my blog on 'For the love of words' 'cause I just loving playing with them, and this this post is so perfect!
Wow dear one hugs to you!
Susan...I come here for--among other reasons--meanderings and reflections. And BOY-O-BOY-AND-WOW! I sure got them today. I could think about each of your words, even those crossed out, and meditate a bit, and suddenly it would be TOMORROW!What I an meaning to say is:WHAT A TERRIFIC POST! Thank you.
wonderful form...and the swing of the emotion is very vivid and visual.though i do hope you ind peace to enjoy the swing and the rush of air as you reach ever higher...
A playful piece of writing, Susan. Though I suspect the emotions beneath its surface were far from playful. I thought at first, maybe, you were sitting there with a pen and journal in hand and just jotting down thoughts. But it seems there is something deeper in the repetition of the "no no no", the scratching out of the "want" and substituting it with a "need"... and the final "sobs". Here's to hoping your mood swings upward and stays there. Those dips in mood are so unwelcome. But if they help us create such lovely and honest expression, then maybe they are not so bad! ;-)Nevine
Lorraine:Thanks for coming by. You brought cheer and smiles through your comment :)JBR:Been long. As always cherish your hugs and love.
Steve:Your comments always come straight from the heart and I look forward to them. Thanks for the lovely comment. Hugs to you :)Brian: You are very generous with compliments. God bless you for that. Already feeling cold up there :)
Nevine:I can never tire of reading and rereading your comments. They always are a perfect companion to my posts. I just wanted to try something more than packing words into tight sentences. The image of the mind and its stream of conscious helped me to try the experiment and lo! the words just perched themselves wherever they liked. Honest, as the mind meanders and lovely when one reflects the process :)
very interesting this play of words!
You are amazing Susan :) I learn so much from you !Wishing you days full of happiness and good cheer!take care :)
Yuvika:It's the state of mind translated. I'm glad you enjoyed this.Ruchi:Your words always bring a smile to my face. You take care as well and do post something at your place. Waiting at this end :)
So lovely in just a few words; so many emotions jumping out at once...I hope all is well as sadness comes across strongest of all...xoxo
Zuzana:It makes me happy to see your comment. So long. I know it's just three weeks but it seems like a long time :)Delighted as always by your words of appreciation.Joy always.
Ohh luvly!!! I never knew we cud share our feelings in this manner also, and it's so clearly said..... In the first read I cudn't understand it well but when I tried to concentrate...... I cud not wait complementing -"Marvelous". Really all the words fit perfect..... I cudn't read any of your other posts but wud surely be back to go through them....Happy writing.....
Sunny:Welcome to the meanderings and thanks for the lovely insights. It's strange when we visit a blog, we pick up certain posts to read. That is the wonder of choice.Glad to have you here. Keep visiting when you feel like it.Joy always :)
I had to read it several times before it really hit me, but i am a bloke!
Charles:Glad that you came by to this one as well. Bloke, you are. No doubt :)Joy always :)
Great form...that was wonderful!
Jessica:Thanks a bunch. Glad you took the time to visit.