Renaissance

Watercolor Moon

Watercolor Moon

I want to resume a daily journey interrupted many years ago.  It began many more years ago, and I have long regretted its absence.  I have missed revisiting my thoughts and poems.  Today I begin again to reminisce, reflect, and rejoice.  There is an inner me, long silent.  She is silent no more.

Utter aloneness–
another great pleasure
in autumn twilight.  (Buson)

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About T A Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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6 Responses to Renaissance

  1. Technobabe says:

    Sometimes aloneness is such a blessing. Aloneness doesn’t necessarily need quiet every time. Sometimes music is good. I love that you say ALONENESS and it is nothing line lonely.

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Technobabe,
      A love my aloneness, probably too much. I have a people limit, even with family, and have to get off by myself after a while. Blogging is different. Maybe because we can choose when to visit. I also feel like I can be more honest online than in real life. An illusion? Thanks for stopping in and turning on my thinking switch.

  2. william says:

    welcome back dear, been ages 🙂

  3. Lisa at Greenbow says:

    I am craving some of that utter aloneness. Not happening any time soon either. I guess I will just have to close my door. Big ((hugs))

    • Yousei Hime says:

      Lisa,
      In another week, I know I will be wishing for the same thing–utter aloneness. My kids will be out of school and underfoot. I must be a natural loner because after a few hours of company, even family, I am ready to be away from everyone. 😉 So glad we live where I can get outside and breathe solitary air for a while. Thanks for your words. I feels good to find understanding in friends, old and new.

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