After Eight Moment · Blogging · nature · short · summer · Thoughts

After Eight Moments…

  You know summer has set, When Mother Nature trades her paint brushes For sun rays.             If you want to know what After Eight Moments are about, click here. Description for the visually impaired: Close up on newly bloomed bright orange lillies.

Blogging · challenge · Daily Prompt · poetry · Thoughts · Word of the day

Beautiful today…

    We run, rush, we roam around We seek, want, need what can’t be found Insensitive to time flying by And Life’s ephemeral lullaby What blooms today, will fade tomorrow Way faster than you’ll ever know And while we revel in eternity lies To the Universe, we’re just mayflies So open your eyes, you’re…… Continue reading Beautiful today…

Blogging · Me myself and I · Thoughts · Word of the day

Just thinking…

  Sometimes, Life’s little surprises are all about the attitude you welcome them with. Last Sunday, as J and I were waiting for the metro that would take us back to my home, an elderly man walked to us. I don’t think the metro is working! I was a bit surprised by his intervention. I…… Continue reading Just thinking…

Blogging · challenge · nature · poetry · Prose · Second chance · stories

Fly eagle… (July 5th FFF)

I was invited (well, not personally, but still…) to join the Fandango’s Friday Flashback! Fandango scrolls back, every Friday, and gives a second chance to a post he had published on the same date the year before. I thought it was a great way to remember some of the stuff I did a while back, and I decided to participate… So…… Continue reading Fly eagle… (July 5th FFF)

Blogging · challenge · Denmark · music · poetry

Ene… – Song inspired haiku challenge

    Siger mig, vil du? Hvornår alt bli’r så stille, Skat, er du ene?     After posting my silly haiku, a while back, Carolina decided to host a new challenge mixing music and poetry. Everyone is welcome to join the challenge, and all your need  to do is choose a song, and write a…… Continue reading Ene… – Song inspired haiku challenge