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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Sunday Scribbling "Goosebumps"

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A couple of bracelets I recently made for friends

Sunday Scribbling Prompt " Goosebumps"

A great piece of writing, a potential hit song, a profound sermon, or spiritual awakening, can alert my soul to excellence with a shrill of Goosebumps! The strange energy of an abandoned building, an untimely waft of cold air brushing against my legs, thunderous bursts of ire, can alert me of danger, with staccato style Goosebumps.

The other day I drove by a high-rise in the process of being constructed. Goosebumps rolled down my back. It was an eerie feeling, alerting me to bad energy. Later I discovered a few men have lost their lives during the construction of that building!

I can generally gage my emotions by my Goosebumps.I’ve found them to be a very good indicator of astute feelings, so I heed them with respect!


Heavenly honed harmonies
Philosophical prolific prose
Strange Spirits skulking
Tumultuous Trepidations
Garner Goosebumps


Pam Aries said...

Hey Girlie! where have I been?? ha I love your Goosebump poem!.. Hey..I did not know that you all met up with Sioux!!! Violette hasn't mentioned it! Looks like fun!

Rob Kistner said...

Very cool post!

CattyCat said...

You are the center of attention on my blog. Tee hee!

Tammy said...

Very cool that your so in tune to your surroundings. I bet you are a good judge of character. :) XXOO

Lucy said...

how amazing that you felt that bad energy! that gave ME goosebumps. Great poem giggles! xo

Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

This gave me goosebumps! It's truly amazing how much we can sense when we tune into our environment. Peace & love to you dear Sherrie. xx, Deb

raymond pert said...

Here's what I think: we learn to privilege the mind and it's powers of knowing, but when it comes down to it, it's the body, whether in the form of goosebumps or other means that is our most reliable way of knowing. You nailed this truth in a most eloquent and elegant way.

Abzdragon said...

I agree that goosebumps can be the most telling tale of our surroundings. Also I like those bracelets :D

gautami tripathy said...

What beautiful bracelets!

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