#Quote Of The Day | #Sea | #Water | #Nature

“The sea is everything.  It covers seven tenths of the terrestrial globe.  Its breath is pure and healthy.  It is an immense desert, where man is never lonely, for he feels life stirring on all sides.”
-Jules Verne

Days Go By | #Poetry | #Poem | #Prose | #Quote | #Writing | #Mindfulness

The days all start with contemplation
In ways that spark much rumination


Zy Marquiez | The Lightning Baron


Though I thought contemplation and rumination had the same meaning, they do not.  They’re very similar words, yet, distinct enough that I don’t mind using them.


Suggested Poems:

Path Of Darkness, Path Of Light
Frightening Wonder
Swarming Fears
Whirlwind Of Darkness
Frightening Storms
Ocean Of Frustration
The Morrow Knows
Inking Desolation
A Heart In Despair
Sea Dragon
Grasping At Shadows
Words Are Like Swords
Skyquakes Asunder
The Sky Of Wonder Burnt Asunder
Dark Grays
Mist Of Dark Bliss
Frightening Forms
The Sparrow Chased The Morrow
Storm Of Worries
Onward Towards Rapture
Thunderbolts Of Fear
Aborn In Grays
Coping Deep Within
Tornado Of Fears
Wings Are Made To Fly
Daily Horror-Scope
The Allure Of Purest Darkness
The Sky’s Laughter Is Blight
Locked Up

#Quote Of The Day | #Individuality | #TheRoad | #Journey

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by.”
– Robert Frost