BELOVED

BELOVED
(a shadorma)

“You are my
Beloved Daughter
with whom I
Am well pleased.”

Why do I have a hard time
remembering this?

2015-04-15
Paula Wanken

I had a hard time choosing an adjective. So I went online and found an “adjective list” which was divided up by beginning letter (so, 26 sections), with a number of words in each section. I found a random number generator site to give me a number between one and 26. It gave me “2” (“B”). I counted the number of words in the “B” section (there were 50). Again I generated a random number between one and 50. It gave me “10”…which coincided with the word “beloved”.

Shared at Poetic Asides for PAD 2015 – Day 15: Adjective

HIS DEAREST JANE

HIS DEAREST JANE
(a Fib, coming and going)

If
she
had been
honest with
herself, she wouldn’t
have needed to be dishonest
with him. The bottom line was that she was not okay.
But…life continues to go on.
She’s not okay now,
but, in time,
she’ll be
just
fine.

2015-04-14
Paula Wanken

Shared at Poetic Asides for PAD 2015 – Day 14: Honest and/or Dishonest (Two For Tuesday)