WDYS # 120 -A Roundup post

Scribble on the board
List your ambition and goals
Think of the time you have here as limited
Counted in years, weeks and days


Or look inversely on how much you’ve already accomplished
Things that you had set out to do and goals achieved
People whose lives you’ve influenced or changed for the better
Gifted joy with your smile


What’s the aim of life after all?
Do we live to satisfy just ourselves
Or we have a greater purpose here
Perhaps to make someone smile, even fleetingly

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Great response again this week in response to this image. Please click on the links to read the contributions of our lovely participants.

Chris Hall; List makers lament

Lauren; Before I die

Punam; Living for today

Reena; How much?

Ami; Before I die

Zelda; Before I die

Lady Sighs; Before I die

Keith; Enough to make one sigh

Radhika; The journey within

Michnavs; A lifetime

Maggie; The conversation

The novel reader; What do you see # 120

Dennis; Laments of the serviceman

Myrna; Definitely!

Melanie; Kickin’ buckets

Jim; Dead and gone

Susi; My bucket list

Lamittan; Some kindness before I die

Fandango; The bucket list

Greg; Before I die

Maria; Before I die

Mason; My life’s list

Jane; Love grows in the moonlight

Natasha; Before I die- Fiction

Eugenia; Life’s interruption

Sandra; Joseph’s decision

Revived writer; Buckets

Jules; Accordingly

Regina; When your bucket list and Covid collide

KL Caley; To feel loved

The forgers of fantasy; The dealer

Suzette; Not enough lines

EM Kingston; Junie loves gossip

Tanya; Before I die

I am grateful to all those who have read, shared and commented on these posts.

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

Thanks for reading.

#Keepitalive

#Whatdoyousee

#WDYS

55 thoughts on “WDYS # 120 -A Roundup post

  1. I love this poem, Sadje. I especially like this line “Perhaps to make someone smile, even fleetingly”. I often wonder if that’s what small children remind us. My little one laughs all the time at simple things and I often end up joining in. Thank you so much for including my entry. KL ❤

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  2. Thanks! I always love when people have the gift of turning something negative into a positive, especially with death! Your poem was a good feeling and so positive 🙂 I am smiling with everyone else after reading your words. Big hugs, my friend.

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  3. Over the weekend we went to a dinner recognizing both career and volulteers.
    Everyone working together (in the fire and rescue service) have helped many.
    We recognized the 100 years our local departments have served the community. 🙂

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