Tag Archives: humanity
Shed no tears; wear them. Shed not your humanity. Wear love on your sleeve. dVerse Poetics prompt: Shed
You can’t get to where you’re going until you’ve come from where you came.
If we were having coffee, I would tell you I am worried about my dog. He hasn’t been well the past few days; lethargic, eating grass (to ease his tummy, I think), and vomiting his food on a few … Continue reading
Thank you for your recent reply. Okay, so technically you didn’t respond. But may I humbly submit that your nonresponse was, indeed, your reply. Actions speak louder than words. Non-action can speak just as loudly. And your non-message has come … Continue reading
It rains a lot where I live. And the landscapes are very green here. At times I get a bit gloomy about so much rain, but I always appreciate the lush greenery. I also appreciate “green” environmentalism and sustainability efforts. … Continue reading
Expansive and deep, beautiful but volatile, ample force to turn vessels to splinters. Teeming with life, ceaselessly churning, an indefatigable dynamo. Kissed by the sun, caressed by the winds, extolled by poets and sailors alike. Sustainer of life as we … Continue reading
On my way today I paused to watch others who were on their way. I wonder when any of us will actually arrive, and whether we will even realize it once we do. Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Way