The Daily Post Photo Challenge : Wish

Shinto is the dominant religion in Japan, though it is more of a way of life than a way to worship.Visitors to Shinto shrines can purchase small wooden plaques called ema, upon which they can share their hopes and dreams. Then, they hang them amongst other ema from people who have come before them, in… Continue reading The Daily Post Photo Challenge : Wish

The Daily Prompt : Chaos

Reading in the newspapers
About violence
Here, there and everywhere.
And then about
The destruction of
Nature’s resources
For the never ending
Greed of man.
To make matters worse
Politicians who are
A class into themselves
And live for power and wealth,
Are bent upon
Making money for generations.
It seems as if there is
Chaos across the world.
But there must be
Something good everywhere,
Life goes on
With all its ups and downs.
There is always
The good,the bad and ugly.
In spite of everything,
It is good to believe
There is not enough
Darkness in the world
To extinguish the
Light of a small candle.



The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS July 17, 2021

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “least-favorite word.” Use your least-favorite word in your post. If you can’t decide on one, use a word that just really bugs you. Enjoy! Linda’s prompt excited me and set me thinking. I could not think of any word that I did not like. Words by themselves… Continue reading The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS July 17, 2021

Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Unforgotten- July 15, 2021

Beautiful whistleIt’s tone pleasing to the earUnseen Whistling ThrushIt’s whistle unforgottenEven when absent for years. Many years ago I was surprised and thrilled to hear a beautiful whistle outside our window. I wondered who could be whistling so early in the morning. We heard the whistle many times. Then we learnt it was the Whistling… Continue reading Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Unforgotten- July 15, 2021

Eugi’s Weekly Prompt -Network – July 8, 2021

The WhatsApp network Videos and messages Help connect people The whole of twenty twenty When a virus conquered us. The tanka is a thirty-one-syllable poem, traditionally written in a single unbroken line. A form of waka, Japanese song or verse, tanka translates as “short song,” and is better known in its five-line, 5/7/5/7/7 syllable count form.