What do you see # 89 – A Roundup

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Stranded in the winter of my life

Alone and abandoned, no one caring about me

This desolate landscape adds to my agony

The agony which permeates my being, my soul

Is this how people pay back for decades of service

Abandoned and alone in the winter of my life

Some people have such busy lives that they don’t find time for their lives ones. I feel that these are the sentiments they may be experiencing at that attitude.

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This week we were presented with such a variety of sentiments in response to this image. Please click on the links to read the contributions of our esteemed bloggers.

Chris Hall; Lost without you

Reena; Pulled back

Mason; The little blue car

Usha; What do you see # 89

Michnavs; Drive

Paula; Montana

Shweta; With you

Di; What do you see # 89

Eugenia; Detour

Jules; She found his personal “Undiscovery” 1

Susi; Rafting on space-time continuum

Fandango; Bad planning

Jim; Ice Fishing

Tessa; What do you see # 89

Nope, not Pam; Backup plans

Radhika; My car and I

Carol Anne; Snowbound

Melanie; What do you see # 89

Suzette; Bargain fixer-upper

Kritika; Blue

Jen; The old turquoise car

Rory- 3 sides 2 1; I remember me a time (In the comments)

Goutam; Unexpected

Punam; Just today

Jeff; The blazing light

Happy Soul; Per’car’ious thoughts

From the window seat; What do you see # 89

My heartfelt gratitude to all of you who have read, commented and shared these posts.

I will be posting next week’s prompt on Monday at 12:00 pm, PKT.

Many thanks for your support.

#Keepitalive

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#WDYS

38 thoughts on “What do you see # 89 – A Roundup

  1. Great turnout this week once again, Sadje! Such a range of responses, too. Your piece, so poignant and expressive, lockdown especially has fuelled the loneliness of the aged and those without family around them.

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  2. I think your expressed words fit most of those with dementia – their memory loss weighs heavy like and iceberg and those who aren’t suffering only see the tip of their distress.

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