Just a paragraph per evening, just one. But just that one is so difficult to write. My inner critic is hard at work and succeeding. I’m not trying to
fight the block, I’m not even allowing the resistance to take hold. I get to the end of this sentence and stop…where do I go to next?
adrift on the seas of change, moorless
what is the utility of a barnacle encrusted anchor
if not to remind us of undrifted ways
where days followed nights followed days
like a drifting
Welcome to this random post, I hope you enjoy it. Today’s one-word prompt is ‘descend’ and this is the first thing that came to mind.
Descend and ‘upscend’ aka going down stairs or going up stairs. It is easier to go down than up although I am known to climb stairs versus getting into an elevator.
©2017 Regina Martins
By far the most popular use of the word descend is in the context of people moving towards a place as in
the crowds descended on the village to hear the band play.
©2016-2017 Regina Martins
I’m in the middle of an assignment for
Social Entrepreneurship and my unusually usual and timeless wisdom and coherence has descended into randomness and absurdity.
Tomorrow is another day.
PS: The word ‘upscend’ in paragraph 1 doesn’t exist as far as I know. I made it up for this post. I like the sound of it as the opposite of descend, don’t you?