180 Degrees: Turning Point

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “180 Degrees.”

They say you’re connected to the entire world,

by just six degrees of separation.

In that case, what’s 180 degrees on views, decisions or acts?

Opening or closing oneself to possibilities?

Six degrees of separation: Artistic visualizat...

Six degrees of separation: Artistic visualization. Français : Visualisation artistique du principe des Six degrés de séparation. Nederlands: zes niveaus van scheiding Русский: Иллюстрация к статье Теория шести рукопожатий: (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Do Not Disturb: Permission

English: In Egypt Internet is OFFLINE but stru...

English: In Egypt Internet is OFFLINE but struggle is ONLINE! (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Do Not Disturb.”

Do not disturb.

Do not disturb.

Do not disturb.

Disturb me offline and you’ll find me online.

As for disturbing me online, well, that’s not that easy.

I can always switch off, block or simply unplug.

After all, the web is permission-based—mine.

Online privacy follows offline privacy.

If you respect one, you’ll respect the other.

Childhood Revisited: Ghosts Past

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Childhood Revisited.”

There are a lot of things I wish could be different,

But I know I can’t change a thing,

Let ghosts past be ghosts past,

The past cannot be changed,

And history is written by the victors.

It’s the present that ought to change,

Change to make a better future.

Baggage Check: Historic decision

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Baggage Check.”

Complicated histories,

Simple men and women and children.

That’s the story of each human’s life.

Decisions based on past experiences,

decisions that will affect our futures.

Seems imbecilic.

Yet, what’s that saying again,

“If you forget history, you are condemned to repeat it.”

Hell, I’m confused, perplexed, stupefied, paralyzed!

English: Decisions, decisions. The road on the...

English: Decisions, decisions. The road on the left is the “Glen Road” running down towards Loch Avich. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)