the musings of an overactive mind


Testing 123…

So, I am testing something to see if it will work. Please let me know if you can see and view the video on your mobile device. Thanks!

Migration (Fusion Haiku)

This poem is for the Carpe Diem #1553 challenge You create a “fusion” haiku from the two original haiku: Waving the pampass grass, At the Shinkjuku station, I said goodbye. Yamaguchi Seison The migratory birds Make the wind blowing down to Osaka From mountains frequently. Kawahigashi Hekigoto   The pampass grass waves “goodbye,” to migrating…
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Fragrance of Friendship

Friendships come and go. Fleeting moments of closeness, then separation. Yet, some blossom in your heart. A lifelong fragrance of love. © 2018 eat. create. repeat, all rights reserved. image Narrative: This poem is a Tanka which is an unrhymed Japanese poem consisting of five lines of 5/7/5/7/7. (This is a condensed version of…
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Not Forgotten

I have not forgotten WordPress! Working on a deadline for our December Magazine at my job 🙂

Free (Monotetra)

Your gentle wind shall carry me Across deserts, above tall trees I soar sheltered in Your love’s lee I now fly free, I now fly free © 2018 eat. create. repeat, all rights reserved. image

Boo Hiss

Boo hiss I am not feeling up to par :(. I am going to just rest all weekend and catch up on Outlander and 12 Monkeys episodes. See you all Monday 💕


I deleted all my social media IM accounts off my device today. This is part of my new “keep, tweak, let go” mantra. I need to only keep the things that give me strength, I need to tweak the things that are out of balance, and I need to let go of anything/anyone who drains…
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Country Rose

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What Remains (Cherita)

Time slipped through her fingers. Youthful memories unraveled, shifting from one era to the next. The tighter she clung. The faster they slipped away. Until all that remained was today. © 2018 eat. create. repeat, all rights reserved. image:   Narrative:  I am a little late on this one.  Found this neat little poetry…
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