WDYS # 171 -A Roundup post

An image of; Not All There – The Enigmatic
Sculptures of Bruno Catalano

I was made aware of this artist by Beth who posted about it here



Traveling to find luck

Leaving so much of themselves behind

Hard work and labor taking its toll

Even when they attain their goals

They feel incomplete, torn

Life not settled anywhere

Where is home they ask

We are immigrants

Citizens of nowhere


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

Cindy; In comments; We’re made of iron, steel and mostly water. Together we stand in heart and soul as the ocean waves swim right through us and we dream of better tomorrows! 💞.

Reena; Is this liberation

Kittyverses; I walk

The Inkdrop; Summat’s missing

David; Stubborn hope or weary despair

Mason; Eternal journey

Maria; Missing parts

Keith; The middleman

Destiny; #Look#

Eugenia; Without purpose

Echoes of the soul; Me not me

Jim; Soulless and hollow

Susi; Pieces

Angela; What do you see?

Artie and Stu; Left behind

Kunjal; The happy prince

Shashi; Life in a nutshell

Nova; What do you see # 171

Suzette; Seaside life

Ken; Dis-arming seaside erasure

Sangeetha; Along the way

Greg; A reckoning

Fandango; Hollow man

Sandy; Here & yon & back again

Irma; Broken hearted

Lesley; Hollow man by the sea

Aboli; The despondent voyager

Indira; Workaholic

Jules; Disjointed

Cagedunn; A combo effect

Hammad; Moving along

Michnavs; Father

Grace; Incomplete

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.




51 thoughts on “WDYS # 171 -A Roundup post

  1. Oh yes. The poem is amazing too. It’s kinda sad, ¿no? There’s an emptiness inside. That’s what it feel like when your middle is gone
    But that feeling is something we all know.
    The poem is lovely. XoXo

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  2. On both sides of our family, we are second and third generations of immigrants – they worked hard to make things easier for us. But we also had to work hard too. And now, yes we do feel like we have and are ‘Home’.

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