Sometimes there are just not enough hours in the day. I think for the most part, this is something we can all agree on. That’s why it’s implicitly important to jam pack those hours with things that you love, things that excite, things that inspire. Whether it be active creation and participation or sharing and support, that time, or the lack there of, is so much more meaningful.
Unfortunately for me, (or fortunately, depending upon how you look at it) while I’m “working” on one of the things I’m most passionate about, music, my creative writing endeavors are somewhat thrown on the back-burner. I haven’t been able to devote as much time to it lately. At least not as much as I would like to.
In an effort to seek balance between the two, I’m participating in this weekend’s Trifecta Writing Challenge, one I’ve missed over the past few weeks. Check out the original post for details and to participate!
Hazy-filled eyes flicker, slowly adjusting
The morning light taunts
Her outstretched hands, unfamiliar
Can not catch their memories
Stumbling to the mirrors reflection
Of one she does not recognize
The Trifecta weekend challenge is to use one hyphenated compound modifier within 33 words.