'They' used to sit on a davenport, with lots of conundrum. In those times, a double effort was put into writing as the resources were infrequent; Pen & Ink were unattached. In search of an ideal ambience, trips were planned and those trips taught something new to 'them'. This can be felt through 'their' poems, stories, songs, slogans, and quotes. What sounded like cacophony to us, was actually symphony to 'them'. While a feeling of ennui surrounded us, 'they' felt a sense of solitude. We spent our evening lollygagging, while 'they' barrelled across 'their' destination. Jejunal life we led, but 'they' made 'their' life jejunal just for the sake of serving brilliance. Despite having so much, we always consider ourselves as picayune, but, the vicissitudes in 'their' lives, made 'them' complete. "...and that has made all the difference", the difference between 'us' and 'them'.
My submission for #cees_wacwed_chall Words I used: Davenport, conundrum, cacophony, ennui, lollygag, jejune, picayune, vicissitude.(Most of the words, actually. )
@carolyns_challenges ma'am I don't have words to describe my gratefulness. I was going through a terrible writers block and because of you I wrote something after so long and something that is satisfying to me. I can't thank you enough. ❤️
"and that has made all the difference" -line taken from Robert Frost's 'The Road Not Taken.' I wrote the whole thing except for the second last line. Picture courtesy to the rightful owner.