July writing prompts

10. Regretful happenings

This year 2020, was the beginning of a new decade of the 21st century. With technological advancements like artificial intelligence, nanotechnology becoming household words we were all set for conquering the universe as well as our own mortality. We were also developing a social conscience (albeit a forced one due to difficulties caused by global warming). Most of the world was banning single use plastics … Continue reading 10. Regretful happenings

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5 things Tuesday – 5 Things You Missed During the Lockdown.

The 5 Things tag keeps surfacing on WordPress. I am not sure who first thought of it but I have always found it fun to do. I thought “Why not make it a weekly feature?” If you participate in a post of your own please tag it #5things. Here is my contribution to this week’s 5 Things : 5 Things You Missed During the lockdown. … Continue reading 5 things Tuesday – 5 Things You Missed During the Lockdown.

Blogging Insights # 31 – Pandemic Posts? Pshaw… — Light Motifs II – Reblog

Dr. Tanya asks about posting in the pandemic… 1. How frequently do you post about the pandemic? Not a lot. At first, I thought I would do some funny “coping” posts, but they weren’t funny and I wasn’t coping all that well, so I stopped. I had planned to walk in interesting new places, but […] via Pandemic Posts? Pshaw… — Light Motifs II Continue reading Blogging Insights # 31 – Pandemic Posts? Pshaw… — Light Motifs II – Reblog

Blogging Insights # 31 – Posts about the Pandemic

Posts about the pandemic feature prominently on many (if not most) blogs these days. Blogs by definition are chronicles of the lives and views of their authors and the world around them. It is no wonder that the pandemic features prominently in many (if not most) posts today.    Articles and posts about corona virus/COVID-19 could be seen dotted about the internet since the beginning of this … Continue reading Blogging Insights # 31 – Posts about the Pandemic

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Strangers On A Train — another poem for the pandemic

Two strangers on a train Wearing masks and gloves. Sitting six feet apart It is difficult to make conversation Wearing masks and sitting six feet apart . So they nod and smile Before turning to their cell phones . Two total strangers Thinking the same thoughts: Will we always live like this? How long will this last?     Image credit : https://www.google.com/search?q=free+image+for+train+travel+with+social+distancing&rlz=1C1CHBF_enPK845PK845&sxsrf=ALeKk Continue reading Strangers On A Train — another poem for the pandemic