rested bliss short-lived no rationale a bullet hollow promises and sleepy-head attitudes shatter common sense to thin silence Reena’s Xploration Challenge #280 prompt image Twiglet #325 thin silence Three Things Challenge #M332 rested, sleepy, hollow -Eugi Copyright © 2023 MoonwashedMusings@amanpan.blog – All rights reserved. Images used on this site are from Pixabay, Pexels, or lovethispic.com and are … Continue reading Haplessness

Celestial stardom

equinox dizzies give purpose to final chants spring summer and fall indifference waning a soul stellified “Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.”― Marcus Aurelius Reena’s Xploration Challenge #278 Stellify Verb: to turn into a star.  -Eugi Copyright © 2023 MoonwashedMusings@amanpan.blog – All rights reserved. Images used on … Continue reading Celestial stardom

Letting go

loss of calm heightened to downsize and overcome consequence unknown yet one must persevere to succeed task at hand decisions lack strength the simply not simple thus for ease you wear black Twiglet #322 you wear black Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – Downsize Downsize Three Things Challenge #M310 PERSEVERESUCCEEDOVERCOME -Eugi Copyright © 2023 MoonwashedMusings@amanpan.blog – All rights … Continue reading Letting go

Soul searching

revel in madness inhale life's folly crowing at dawn shapes last stanzas high on oneself outlast waning emotions exhausted dreams grieve until luster dazzles surprise inner recluse flourish amid moments The Saturday Symphony #38 April Apathy Ponderous thought prompt. For the month of May, do some research, or draw from experience, a way in which you’ve … Continue reading Soul searching

The Garden Dawdler – 4/22/23

IMO, big ego = lack of confidence “Make your ego porous. Will is of little importance, complaining is nothing, fame is nothing. Openness, patience, receptivity, solitude is everything.”― Rainer Maria Rilke it's my blog thus my perspective “What people in the world think of you is really none of your business.”― Martha Graham poetry is … Continue reading The Garden Dawdler – 4/22/23