Embrace paradoxical anachronisms

I sing Good King Wenseslaus in the middle of June.
I crave Italian ice in December.
Because it storms, I eat pie for breakfast,
but sausages and pancakes for dinner.
I have picnicked beneath a table
during a blizzard
and gone mud-sledding in the spring.
The unexamined life might not be worth living,
but by my estimation,
the unspontaneous life half-lived
is not a life at all.

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About E

Even as a child, I read voraciously. Writing has always been a natural outlet. Sometimes bordering on macabre or edgy, I was not always safe and even today I look at some of my writing and raise an eyebrow. Read me at your own risk. I am but a 30-something professional (don't ask a professional what, for I won't answer!) who spends nights as a dreamer and sometimes writer.
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4 Responses to Embrace paradoxical anachronisms

  1. Todd Duffey Writes on Things says:

    Bravo! Bra-Voe!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Todd Duffey Writes on Things says:

    As Madam Housewife and I agree, you are most profound in your unique perspective of the written world. I enjoy your writing, and have decided to bequeath unto you a Liebster Award. I hope you will continue to write amazing things and keep us all entertained, as well as open our eyes to what can be! Please follow the simple directions in this post and keep the awesome going!

    https://todduffey.wordpress.com/2015/11/09/ive-been-nominated-for-a-lieibster-award/

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  3. “the unspontaneous life half-lived
    is not a life at all”
    Definitely agree with this!! 😀

    Liked by 1 person

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