posted by Sunday Scribblings at 1:32 AM
Jesus was a teacher and a healer who took solace in his faith with God.
This prompt might have been written for a recent post of mine... here are two haiku on escapist reading.Hopefully I'll be back later with something fresh!
Ah, just what I've been thinking about!
That was quicker than I thought... in reading other posts it occurred to me that, for me at least, solace is a reflexive verb
http://luluspetals.blogspot.com/2008/07/im-going-home.htmlthis made me all gooey inside.
This prompt prompted more thoughts than I at first thought it would. I wrote furiously then pruned rigorously since I don't feel that folks like to read really long posts. Especially when they're anxious to have time to read all the other posts on Sunday Scribblings.
I likes to keep mine tied, thank you. Stars are optional.
It's been a while since I participated, but I couldn't pass on this one.
I go bush.
I wrote mine several months ago, but it still applies...The Beach is my place of solace. I run to the water when I get my feelings hurt or I need to be alone to think or I don't want to think at all.
Hi there! I've been off seeking solace.....:) It's good to be back to the Sunday Scribblings fold. Great prompt...had lots of ideas and perhaps will follow through with others too....enjoy your weekend!
in what, do i find solace?
Once more, a prompt that was more than apt. Just a couple of weeks since my mother's death, it is a word with much meaning for me. Thank you
I need to apologize in advance. The characters in this story would not understand the word "solace"...but still their lives are hard and wearing. bhttp://torristravels.blogspot.com/2008/07/saturday-novel-part-iii.html
It's good to be back here ... thanks for the inspiration. Peace, JP/deb
solace - elusive, rare, and so valuable!!!
Solace can be found in many places and forms. I can't wait see where you find yours. Mine will be posted sunday am.-Mya
MY SOCIETY, on NICKERS AND INK
Definitely a place for solace, amidst all the activity. It's not nearly the contradiction it seems.
Solace . . . at full speed:FAR AFIELD, at THE MANE POINT
Solace is here--right now.
excellent theme... mine is up!
I'm a Pisces so water consoles me, lying by a babbling brook under a tree is the ideal spot for me to soothe my troubled soul...ciao
did one this fine sunday morning!
I return to my favourite place, the beach, for mine.
Good day Scribblers,Give solace today: touch someone!rel
What a lovely subject. It will be interesting, maybe inspiring to learn where others find solace. As always, thank you.
The Solace of Blankhttp://hurricanecountry.blogspot.com/2008/07/solace-of-blank.htmlThanks again!
I enjoyed this prompt. Living in a very hostile house right now, it has shown me that I can learn to find solace again. Thank you:)Mine is up at:http://bellamocha.wordpress.com/2008/07/27/sunday-scribblings-solace/Looking forward to finding your solace....Bella :)
It's been a while but thanks for the thought-provoking prompt. :)http://quintessentialfeline.blogspot.com/2008/07/finding-solace.html
This is an excellent prompt! I'm up...(http://journeytoauthenticity.typepad.com/journey_to_authenticity/2008/07/sunday-scribblings-solace.html)...and can't wait to read others' responses!
A retread of a essay I wrote two years ago, but I think it speaks of my love of the outdoors, my place of solace.
http://alotus-poetry.livejournal.com/13462.htmlThere's my link!!I'm new!! :)
I had a weekend full of solace and it left me longing for chaos!http://chefdruck.blogspot.com/2008/07/solace.html
My solace tends to come in the form of paper and ink
A little late posting, but I was busy taking solace.http://myrtlebeachramblings.blogspot.com/
very very late...:(http://ontheprompt.blogspot.com/2008/07/solace.html
..better late than never...
I really like the Sunday Scribblings community, even when it's quiet! This prompt kept me thinking all week, and I wound up writing about writing, for when it goes well, that's my solace!
Better late than never!
Super Prompt! Read and thoroughly enjoyed Mya's piece. While there was reminded of this site. Please read beyond the intro to my post to the poemTickling My Ivories under the post "Light my Fire."
I loved this one, thanks!http://flutterbean.blogspot.com/
it's taken me more than a week to write this one, but I sure do like the result. thanks for the prompt.sugarbutch chronicles
This is my first time here. I thought about writing about peaceful places like Snowdon or the redwood forest, but also think that solace is anywhere that allows you to be you, even if it is a busy racetrack.http://ellenlenore.blogspot.com/2008/08/serena-could-gamble-with-best-of-them.htmlthanks!
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