Saturn Knows

RDP Wednesday: Lighting

I’ve seen lighting storms in cemeteries.

I’ve been caught in storms, all alone out in the middle of nowhere and I at those times I really did feel like a monster was after me.

It was the roaring and the flash that made me think of monsters- if you’ve never had the experience of taking a few hard blows to the head then you wouldn’t know what it’s like when you see that flash and you find yourself between consciousness and  unconsciousness.

It’s pretty scary.

On one hand, being in those storms was a once in a lifetime thing but not one I’d chose to have. I was there when it happened.

But then again, I can’t imagine what it would be like to be floating through the sky on Saturn and be caught in a lighting storm.

To be honest though, I wouldn’t mind finding out.



Consider Macbeth

Linda G Hill: One Liner Wednesday

It’s not that I was denying the grief I felt over the death of my cat by not discussing itwith some of my acquaintances. I just didn’t want to share that experience with individuals who for the most part are attention floozies and would just gossip about it.

Is that the same as denying my grief?

Here is a quote from Macbeth that talks about denying your sorrows.

It seems to be appropriate  today:

Linoleum block print by William Hays


“Give sorrow words; the grief that does not speak knits up the o-er wrought heart and bids it break.”
― William Shakespeare, Macbeth