Movie: Inside Out (2016) I'm increasingly astounded by the stories that the big animated studios have been releasing recently. While this was primarily marketed as a children's story, it had a lot more depth than its ancestors such as Madagascar or Cars. The movie helps children (and their parents) learn about their emotions and memories. It … Continue reading Friday’s Top Four Faves
She said, "I hate my own body." The master replied, "Why?" She said, "My ears and nose are all wrong, I'm not the right height and my eyes are the wrong color, just for starters!" The master replied, "Why all this right and wrong about body? What is right body?" She said, "You know... like those … Continue reading Love Yourself
Rain drops on leaf tops Why should that make so many sad? New life is a gift
Excellent quote and image by SAINTSWEST that I just had to share. “…Take my hand. Live while you can.” – Vanessa Carlton Ordinary Day via Lyric of my Life#70 — SAINTSWEST
Woke without her. Pillow muffled tears. Sometimes Stellar Storyteller Six Word Story Challenge
A curtain of black hair masked the bowed head of the girl. Her knees bounced up and down incessantly while the sounds of muffled heavy breathing leaked out from behind her hair. The master saw this as he walked through the garden and so approached this sad looking creature and asked, "Whatever is the matter, … Continue reading Time Travel
Plans get made to be broken; So now I don't often make 'em. Plans shared about my mission; So, "It's only genie lamp wishin'." Plans to change the whole entire world; So towards a risk filled life I hurtled. Plans to check off all of my to dos; So I'm just laid back counting fish … Continue reading Plans [Poem]
She said, "I feel like a nobody." The master replied: "You are what you feel." She said, "But, I don't want to be a nobody!" The master replied: "You start and end with no body." She said, "Whatever do you mean?" The master replied: "You have been and will be again the oak tree in the garden and … Continue reading Nobody
Those who've always had one, Have never felt the fear. This weighs more than a ton, Lost control I cannot steer. Fool's mistaking dusk for dawn, When this reverse sunrise's clear. Three-zero carved into the lawn, Now that I have no home here.
Flies fester in my mind, Like it's a rotten rind. A search with little hope to find, The face that's kind. That face that minds, That my mind's mined Daily for happiness.