What do you see # 96 – A Roundup


Sharing laughter
Lightens the load
Lifts the gloom
Spreads joy

Unburden your sorrows
Shed a few tears
Share the grief
Feel better

A reunion of pals
A shared past
Tears and smiles
Leave feeling revitalized


Friends are our strength and our shock absorbers. They are there too support us when we fall and to correct us when we go wrong. It’s a belated tribute to friends on world friendship day. (July 30)

My sincere thanks to all my dear friends who participated this week. Please click on the links to read their posts.

Michnavs; Reality bites

Chris Hall; Sisters unite

Mason; Uniquely together

Reena; Born free

Carol Anne; What do you see # 96

Black eyed sun; Smiles- my remedy

Radhika; Some bonds are forever

Jim; Hanging out

Shweta; Friendship -A tanka

Melanie; WDYS # 96

Di; Comparing notes

Suzette; A Feast of laughter

Lauren; An ad answered

Eugenia; Friendships

Nope, not Pam; What do you see # 96

Jules; Impressionable motives

Fandango; BFFs

Punam; Memories

My gratitude to all those who read, commented and shared these posts.

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




26 thoughts on “What do you see # 96 – A Roundup

  1. I grew up moving from place to place. Became friends to friends who already had friends…
    I’ve learned that it isn’t so much the quantity, location, or similarity – Friends are those from all walks of life, all faiths, and all shapes who really care about each other – even with the brevity of meeting only over the internet for prompts.

    Family can be friendly, but not all family can be friends… Sad fact. The best we can do is to be true to ourselves. Forgiving our own faults so we can be there for those who really need us, whenever and where ever they may be.

    Thank you for being a shining light in the community of writers by providing prompts as well as writing 😀


    1. My childhood and early married life was the same. The friends I made in med school are like sisters too me. We share so much history and even if we don’t meet for months, the connection is strong. You’re so right that most of the family is tolerable, friendly but not friends.
      Thanks a lot Jules for your continued support and for your kind words.

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