Indecisive: Series 12 to 14

Friday, 18 April 2014 at 4:50am
15. Regretting own indecisiveness is completely useless
16. Rather than fall into depression pit
17. Trust my Saviour to go forward


This is the final decision to regret my indecisiveness. Time to move on.

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Lazy Cat & Worm

High piling tasks to complete
Someone relaxes without lifting hands
Enjoying giving out commands
For me to do
To do this
To do that
To search this
To search that

Such a simple tasks
Doesn’t bother to lift hands
Always on bed
Cluttering the place
Messing the tidy place
Lazes on bed
Like a lazy worm
Lazy like the cat
Sleeping two thirds of the day
Am I a slave without break?
All tasks seem endless


Inspiration On: Wednesday, 25 December 2013 from 2:18pm to 2:28pm

Terry Shepherd’s poetry dived into my hearts and minds. Her poetry can be found at here and I can understand her feelings to have a break.

No Time

Alastairs Photo Fiction

Rushing to complete tasks
No time for eating
Work and work
No time for rest
House and family responsibility
No time to relax

Buzzing mind in the midnight
No time to sleep
Busy writing down inspirations
Glued to poetry
Enjoying myself
But
Dozing off for a few hours
But
The clock sings to wake me up
Staggering brain
Jagged body
Sleepy in the morning
Drinking tea
Not enough time for myself
And the cycle continues
No time to relax

No time for myself?
Midnight is the best time
But midnight is sleeping time
No time for musing?
Midnight is the best time
When everyone is asleep

No time?
Fighting against time?
Lack of time?
Buzzing mind?
Midnight?
Persist in my faith in Christ
Sleep or write
Write and sleep
Writing brain during sleep
Loving to write during sleep
Wake up and write
Write and write
Excusing for
No time to eat


Inspiration On: Monday, 1 July 2013 at 1pm

Joining Alastairs photo fiction mentioned by Penny L Howe at http://alastairsphotofiction.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/photo-fiction-sunday-june-30th-2013/. Enjoy. Though, I’m doing freelance work, being a full time housewife is the most dreaded occupation for me. That’s why I can relate to this photo fiction. Total word count is 151 words.