Good intentions, loose plans
Hope to make it, never can
Try for order
Try for shape
Lists and planners
Attempt to grasp
Time trickles through your life
No matter how much you cup
Like water through fingers
It’s tricky stuff.
Cannot hold it
Cannot shape it
Cannot slow the flow
You are late
Though you tried
To make it so.
My thanks to AuntyAmo for the honour of appearing on her blog…..
I met Orna, through the glorious joys of Twitter. We’re now in a writing group together and though she’s a little busy these days with a tiny bundle she’s been blessed with, Orna still managed to add a story to the collection which I’m delighted about.
Inspired by recent events I’ll wager… 🙂
The Countdown by Orna Richella
It had all crept up on her. Weeks ago this Saturday had seemed so far away. Kerry had tried to be prepared and spent hours planning what had to be done and how she could do it all. She had written detailed to-do lists. There were even lists of lists as she organized the lists by time and type. The reality was that much on those lists still had to be done as she had been so sick and exhausted. Then the worry about the tasks undone had begun to creep into…
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iconicallyrare poses the question and in doing so becomes a source of inspiration herself….wonderful piece
When talents are channeled with passion into something that can be experienced by our senses, then, each of us can be an artist. If you accept that art is defined as works produced by skill and imagination, then it makes sense to speak of ourselves as having potential to create art in whatever career or craft we choose in life.
As artists in life, so many times we find ourselves seeking inspiration to create, and even on the most basic level– to produce.
What exactly is inspiration? What causes us to feel inspired?
At first attempt, I draw a blank in my mind when trying to describe what inspiration is. If you avoid reading the definition below…are you able to define inspiration?
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I’ve joined WordPress.com! This is my very first post. (Except it wasn’t really, I’m just editing the standard opening remarks…and I have NOTHING witty to say) I did think I might delete it, but I liked the “or start a new post” bit
I don’t know how to stick links in yet. This could be less of a steep learning curve and more of a climbing wall for me…
They say you should state why you are starting your blog in this post but as I haven’t a clue…..answers on a postcard please?