choice

Choice – by Deepa (syncwithdeep)

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sometimes
being left
in the dark
is a wise choice
because
light can
hurt as well…

Reena’s Exploration Challenge #70

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Submerged

This is inspired by a Hindi poem, written by Amit Agrawal (hecblogger) here, for Reena's Exploration Challenge #70   perspectives draw me into a convoluted logic I see you in mirrors, not prisms in a lab   your crowning glory clouds my existence but I see you glow in fading sunlight   brilliance of your countenance blinds … Continue reading Submerged

Closed Off

‘Closed off’ – by V J Knutson

One Woman's Quest

I search for sustenance
with indifference –
have difficulty navigating
the aisles of available options.

Divorced from former dreams,
I hunger for renewed inspiration,
encounter only loss and confusion.

Goddess advises, and I,
ear-closed irritated,
hear only assertions
of inadequacy.

I exit possibility,
have lost the vessel
that once propelled me.

(Linking up to Reena’s Exploration Challenge #70)

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #70 – A Patchwork Soul

A Patchwork Soul ….. by Michael

Morpethroad

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There was little point he told himself in pretending otherwise.

He was, who he was, and all the denial in the world was never going to change that.

Accepting himself was his biggest life task. He wanted to be someone, then again who doesn’t? Wanted to stand out, play test cricket, write the ultimate novel, be a leader of men and women, love and grow through the experiences he came face to face with.

It was easy to dream, his whole life in many ways was lived in a fantasy world, where he imagined he was one thing or another. He became a life actor turning his hand to whatever circumstance he felt were needed to advance himself, he learned to play the game, he went places, and he did get noticed.

But all the while he craved to find out who he really was. Success was fleeting, he found…

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #70

Writing takes me to nooks and corners I’ve never been before, and yet, I am unable to escape myself. The characters I paint are as I see them. I wonder if I will be forgiven to change their reality to suit me perspective. Cutting it short, here’s the prompt for this week. FOR THE NEW … Continue reading Reena’s Exploration Challenge #70