Aimless – The Daily Prompt!

Originally posted on Giggles & Tales:
Dream big Plan Strategize Focus Be confident Be determined Never be discouraged Stay positive Listen to the subtle nudges of your heart Keep going with a true purpose Remain focused That way you will never wander about Or aim aimlessly in life Because victory And success Will knock on…

Aimless

Originally posted on lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown:
Here’s a smaller version so you can see the shape on a smaller device.  I’ve been working on this shape for seven hours.  Sheesh! how time flies.  I have versions of four different birds, but I think I like the duck best. In case you…

Drops of beauty

Originally posted on Peace, Love and Patchouli:
Hanging on the edge of thought a thousand drops of memories like rain fall through captured in open hands that wait to quench the thirst of need. Shades of favorites linger as the scent of peace drifts in the curtains wave like aimless flags. Effortless in their task,…

Aimless

Originally posted on Drunken Pen Writing:
Aimless Drifting through the days until boredom infects the nights. Staring at a screen as purposeless lives scroll by. Dreaming of greatness but no action is ever taken. Can’t sleep because of the regret of wasted time. We do this to ourselves living an aimless existence. It doesn’t have…

Aimless and other Daily Prompts for 19 Jun 2018

Please create a post based on one of the prompts below. I will reblog your post (if your blog allows reblogs). Please create a pingback by putting a link to this post in your post 🙂 or paste a link to your post in a comment below this post 🙂 Jun 19 Aimless (have a…

In Recovery

Originally posted on Life On The Skinny Branches:
I am a recovering perfectionist. (I write of this often.) One of the most helpful tools I have learned to use to work with this -ism is the following mantra: “Done is better than perfect.” ― Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead…

Perfection

Originally posted on Debbie Gravett:
At wits end No tears left to cry No idea how to heal In continuous circles Perhaps not broken But exactly where You need to be These moments Offering strength Gifting you insight Showing the depth Scars and chips Show your triumphs Badges of honour Not broken Just needing a…

England (a poem but not about football)

Originally posted on Blue Sky Days 365:
England, a green and pleasant land With fens and fells Hills and dales Rivers and streams And copses so green Meres and lakes And brooks and becks Valleys and tors Hedgerows and more Bluebells hide in woodland’s shade And lead us to a grassy glade See flower meadows and…

~*~ In A Perfect World ~*~ (Poetry)

Originally posted on Beckie's Mental Mess:
? In a perfect world the poor would have riches the blind man would see. The hungry would eat, and the weak would be strong, and all God’s children would all get along. Unfriendly and selfish alike, would learn how to share, the thirsty would drink and the…

Perfection – The Daily Prompt!

Originally posted on Giggles & Tales:
All around me I see people Flawed  I see hate Greed Bitterness Imperfections On every head I am sired in flaws Enmeshed in stains Mistakes Yet, I strive I try To mop away the spots The filth The guilt Hard as I tried I am still here ME Flawed…

Losing Sleep About Perfection

Originally posted on Frank Prem Poetry:
My father is losing sleep about perfection. A man who, all his life, pursued the plumb straightness of his lines is watching, without capacity to change, the ups and downs and wavering of lesser work performed in his domain and he doesn’t sleep well. Not anymore. My father is…

Giving The Moon and the Stars

Originally posted on Family Matters:
I want to tune into you when we meet, just sitting with eyes closed at first. When I come in contact with your brilliance, let me first integrate myself, resonate with my sensations, own these feelings that my busy mind shoves aside with its endless recycling of old news. I…