Question of the Day – No. 514 — Pointless Overthinking

In the spirit of Easter, let’s talk about forgiveness—forgiveness with the most important relationship you can have. How difficult do you find it to forgive yourself? . . E. L. Jayne’s blog can be found here. Question of the Day – No. 514 — Pointless Overthinking

‘how can worlds like these simply cease to exist altogether?’

“I wonder everyday whether she still exists. a person whom one has loved seems altogether too significant a thing to simply vanish altogether from the world. A person whom one loves is a world, just as one knows oneself to be a world. How can worlds like these simply cease altogether?” –Steven Pinker

{bereft an answer} poem x e.l. jayne

{bereft an answer} pink light reflects off the granite mountains, if I had all the answers, I would surely act accordingly, today, I have only reality, and I cannot play with that. life hurts less when you see it for what it is. when will i look back, and not have the urge to rewrite…

‘…an intense and holy poetry.’

“The old Intuit say the breath of a god and the breath of a human, when commingled, cause a person to create an intense and holy poetry.” –Clarissa Pinkola Estes from Women Who Run With Wolves

{plateau}

{plateau} did i let my thoughts run undisciplined for 20 minutes, or was i finally able to breathe? did I let my guard down, or was I finally healing? why can’t I figure how to forego this plateau? –e.l. jayne

{cognizance}

{cognizance}
the contrast of the mountains starts to soften,
as the lavender dusk settles,
the silky, vanilla sunset soothes my soul…