Lost Beauty

“Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder”– – is what I was always taught

Now I’m beginning to doubt that wisdom

Sometimes the image I behold possesses an uncommon beauty

But to the world it’s ugly or simply invisible

Is my beauty or ugliness just a figment of my imagination

What I think I see in the mirror or the lens of a camera is not the same as what others see

Is my beauty or ugliness what I see or what others see

Or, is my beauty lost to an old body that use to be…

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Question of the day:

Do you define yourself by the worst thing you’ve done in your life or the best?

Sign Of The Times

  When I was a child we were taught to look both ways before crossing the street. Now, it seems that both adults and children need not only a reminder to look both ways; but also to look UP before stepping off the curb.

Six Word Saturday

Will You Accept Passion Without Love?

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Six Word Saturday

Nurturing Thursday: Broadcasts

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I come from a family of worriers. So when it comes to thoughts, my station is usually tuned to the “Worry Station”. I’ve had to work hard to change that station whenever it tunes in. I’ve started to learn that even mindless static is better than worry. Now, I have certain stations bookmarked in my brain that can take me away from the negative stations into a neutral, happy or even fantasy zone!😇

Linked to: Nurturing Thursday

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