Creating Meaninglessness

separation

When daily prompts become the obsessive elixir to catapult numbers, one must stop and reevaluate where words are coming from and if they have any attachment at all. For it is too easy to get caught up in creating meaninglessness when the heart and mind are separated.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. sandyjwhite says:

    A stunning image and a good point!

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    1. becketar says:

      Thank you Sandy.

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  2. thinkinkadia says:

    I wonder about that myself. Old time poems were so genuine, not prompted, no judgements based on numbers.

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  3. Anne J. says:

    So true; thus, I don’t post even if it’s possible to have a post for every prompt. 🙂

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