THE SATURDAY SYMPHONY #18 (Darkness and Light)

is hosting this challenge;

PONDEROUS THOUGHT

DARKNESS AND LIGHT
This week, portray the beautiful and ugly of something you hold dear.

It can be a person, a concept, an idea or anything you adore.

Show or tell of that darkness and that light, and how one outweighs the other

Ponderous thought prompt

You can use all forms of writing, images and even art. All are most welcome.

Don’t forget to pingback to this post so I can find you, and so others can join in too.

promptchallenging.

deliberately.

don’t

beautiful

dispassionately

securityanchor

purpose

familyIrudderocean

savesdirectionmeaning

anchors

directionburdens

meaningworries

Responsibilityfamily

family

WouldIchoosefamilyI

Iwithout

betterresponsibilities

family

overburden

satisfactionabovefeelingofencumbrances

familygladlyits responsibility

#Keepitalive

#SaturdaySymphony

28 thoughts on “THE SATURDAY SYMPHONY #18 (Darkness and Light)

  1. Some times family chooses to keep its’ distance for those, respecting that distance, that wish, can make both factions breathe easier. No matter how we try to mend certain ugly holes in the net, we must take or share responsibility for only those who will let us. A lovely tribute to family that works.

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  2. My daughters, my grandson and I are close. They are my joy and a heavy burden. I am grateful for them every single day.

    My mother and my brother are also family, but we’re no longer close, and that’s okay with me. They have their lives and I have mine. I don’t have animosity toward them, but just being related isn’t enough.

    You chose a topic that people have very strong feelings and opinions about. Well done, Sadje! I’m glad that the responsibilities do not outweigh the good for you!💕🌠🤗🥰

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    1. My relationship with my immediate family is mostly good. Sometimes there are things I want to change but can’t. With my siblings, my relationship is chillax. We all care about each other but everyone is busy with their own lives. It’s a live and let live sort of thing.
      Thanks

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