Broken Mirror

A poem that describes the solitude life I lead written by Sobia in Simply Me

Simply Me

A silent cry, a silent tear, no one around to compel; see or hear.

Loneliness my companion, a strange friend indeed, that eats me away within, slowly; reminding me of my deficiency.

No knock or sound except of footsteps travelling another direction, I hear, I see, but stare in hope of a familiar face, a familiar body.

The darkness aids my estranged friend, both mocking my surroundings, and then at me.

I mourn at what was once mine, and now forever gone. I reminisce at the days of happiness, as I lay still, as I lay lost.

Closing my eyes to escape, what is before me, allowing the stars, allowing the sky to envelope me,
holding; hoping; that tomorrow; will bring a better day, a better me.

 
Sobia

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Mind your words

Your words! Mind your words! Your words can land you in trouble; Your words can take you to the sky; Use them to find your way; Don’t use them to block your way; Yes! Mind your words; Let you…

Source: Mind your words

This post brought Gandi’s words to my thoughts: and these words are –

Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your

WORDS.

Keep your words positive because your words become your

BEHAVIOUR.

Keep your Behaviour positive because your behaviour becomes your

HABITS.

Keep your habits positive because your habits become your

VALUES.

Keep your habits positive because your habits become your

DESTINY

Christmas Writing Prompt #11: Favourite Christmas Carol

Today’s Christmas writing prompt –

Source: Christmas Writing Prompt #11: Favourite Christmas Caro

 

A Christmas Carol or Noel comes from the French word Christmas.

The word Christmas Carol refers to a piece of vocal music, which uses the Christmas season as its theme. Christmas Carol are religiously based and centre on the Christian belief  of the Birth of Jesus

Growing up as a child, I sang many Christmas carols, at church, in school and my neighbour’s front door. Here are a few examples  We Three Kings (an Epiphany song), Deck the Hall (a pagan Yuletide drinking song) and  Silent Night – ( composed in 1818 by Franz Xaver Gruber to lyrics by Joseph Mohr ) of carol’s I sang.

 

My favourite Christmas carol is the Drummer Boy.

 

My favourite carol is the little Drummer Boy