Moonbeam magic

moonbeams spread gracious

frail souls witness gentleness

cached smiles uncovered

Your Daily Word Prompt – Cache – January 23, 2021

Mindlovermisery’s Menagerie – Same, Same, But Different – Saturday Mix, 23 January 2021

see – witness, blue – uncheerful, soft – gentleness, kind – gracious, weak – frail

-Eugenia

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16 thoughts on “Moonbeam magic

  1. I enjoy playing with words and your last line reminded me of a children’s book about collective nouns. ”A Cache of Pearls” by Ruth Heller

    So I went looking for more collective nouns and found a handy reference:
    200 Collective Nouns

    Which only listed ‘a string of pearls… but I dug deeper;
    ORIGIN OF CACHE
    First recorded in 1585–95; from French, noun derivative of cacher “to hide,” from unattested Vulgar Latin coācticāre “to stow away,” originally, “to pack together,” frequentative of Latin coāctāre, equivalent to Latin coāct(us) “collected” (past participle of cōgere “to collect, compel”) + -icā- formative verb suffix + -re infinitive ending

    And I like how your last line uncovers a ‘cache of smiles’.
    “cached smiles uncovered” especially in these difficult times is indeed a treasured find. Thank you for the ‘stunning verse’ and the opportunity to learn something new 😀

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