In, it goes, every day.
The sound of living,
Sounds that fill you
Mix and tumble.
and the barely heard,
May the whispers of your heart still be heard despite the cacophony.
Oh Russ, that is beautiful. And I think I am lucky enough for that to happen. 🙂
What a glorious sound of life I hear, blowing in on a swirling warm easterly wind here, all the way from a northern hemi-sphere ….
You can hear it above or amidst all other sounds, I feel honored Ivor. 🙂
Clear as a the church bell down the road. 😊
You are so good to me 🙂
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I absolutely love the way you write, you give me great joy. xx
This is a mutual feeling Ivor. ❤
I’m going to attach a link for, I’m not religous, more a spiritual person. The link is one full of inspiration, and poem is truly piece of wonder.
Thank you Ivor. People and their faith/spirituality can give comfort to others.
Oh for our world to be more so…
At first glance I thought it was Carnival again and the streamers whirled through the air. The cacophony does not seem too annoying, judging from the picture.
It’s an all day every day kind of thing Anie. 🙂
yes, and hopefully we can filter out some of the roar –
THAT would be great.
I love how you visually created the sounds of life!!
Thank you Jodi 🙂
Your intake mode is a wonder, MBC.
Thank you MBM 🙂
…and often the barely heard is the best sound of life!
This is true, but a good solid roar can be empowering too 😉
And much of it is music to our ears!
Such a symphony!
Life does have its sounds and colors. nice….
Thank you GB 🙂
The sounds of life and oh how grateful I am that I live to hear them. Happy weekend to you all. ❤
Happy weekend to you Paulette 🙂
So true! Love this drawing!!
Thank you Lynn 🙂
So cool Colleen
Suddenly I heard them all going around me, now that you talk about them 🙂
I hope they were as colorful 🙂
Yes they are very interesting 🙂
And we will hear every single sound, if we are really listening. Love your art that accompanies these words of truth. Thank-you!
Thank you Ellen 🙂
And it’s amazing what goes “in”. But never comes back out.
…but it could come back out, no?
I suppose it could Anie. I am just kind of making a play on the words …think about how much “noise” goes in our ears but doesn’t come back out.
this sounds not healthy…bad noise goes in on one side and directly out on the other side….this is how it was explained to me as a child ( for sure they told me only to practise with bad things…not the orders of parents, teachers etc…but I thought this is practical aswell sometimes…; )….)…and youstop your play or selfattempt now, because this gives the impression that you like to torture yourself!
Oh no, I am not torturing myself. I am playing with the words and the image.
o.k. that´s fine. I always forget that everything here is fantasy, art and fun. Not real tortures…: )
Most things are art and fun anyway. Maybe not all, but most. 🙂
it´s always your own perspective, if you can see posts as art, fun or as a subject, which belongs deep to your own situation at the moment. no matter what the author intended.
I think sometimes I’m too quick to label it all noise! Maybe if I focused more on the color! 🙂
There ya’ go Debra!
I enjoyed your drawing of all the sounds. I think of how Dr Seuss heard the tiniest voice through Horton (the elephant). 🐘
Thank you Robin. 🙂 I was actually humoring myself with this one. Think about it, if all of that noise goes in through our ears to our heads….where does it go? 🙂
So true, Colleen. We filter through and choose our hearing “palette” hopefully! Our teenagers (or grandchildren of 13 😉 ) tune us out quite well!
Hahahahaha, like we used to do 😉
If the happenings of my day were colored lines, they’d definitely look like that!
Mine too….with some crazier doodled lines.
And perhaps some confetti. 😉
Oooooooo, yessssssssssssssss 🙂
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