The scheme of things

spring

its lollygag attitude

hesitates to inspire

unwritten words tucked

within aimless thoughts.

rise and shine with

caffeinated ideas –

not even a yawning

flower will stifle

a masterpiece.

-Eugenia

Image by Joshua Woroniecki from Pixabay

About Eugenia

“I would rather be amongst forest animals and the sound of nature, than amongst city traffic and the noise of man.” Anthony D. Williams.
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9 Comments

  1. Cracking image and great verse. Once more l am responding in the Reader and not directly to blog.

    • Thank you, Rory! How are you normally notified of new posts from bloggers?

      • Well currently l do the same as l did in Guy .. l have an internal directory with all the links to the blogs l follow and then l go direct to the blog because l don’t use the Reader. So l am not notified in my world the way others are because l go to the blogs first. when that isn’t working l have to use the Reader.

      • Well I think I underatsnd. I get notifications of new posts and comments in my email. I also use the notifications feature to get likes, follows, and comments. EB is now appearing in the reader as soon as I publish. I changed some things in Jet Pack that seem to have helped. Too bad I can’t do the same for EC.

      • Got you.

        I get notifications of comments in the directory. But l have switched off receiving emails and as said the only way l know of new posts is to only visit those that l follow directly. I really don’t use the Reader for anything unless l have no choice.

  2. The poem made me smile, Eugi. The photo is a perfect illustration. <3

  3. The last new post I recieved from you was the prompt – I didn’t get this one in my email. You are one of the few I follow… did you change something?

    I love nature. To me even the simplest bloom is indeed a masterpiece.

    • I merged blogs. Blue Host (Eugis Causerie) had one too many outages and I wasn’t happy my blog was offline for hours at a time. I merged all posts to my other blog and renamed it Eugis Causerie.

      I agree with you about nature. 😉

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