12 April 2010

White Swan Symbolism | Microfiction Monday #26

Monday, April 12, 2010
White Swan SymbolismHe sought for his reflection....
Being a symbol of love & peace made him unease.

Somehow he got abandoned,
but tomorrow would be a brand new start.



where a picture paints 140 characters... or even fewer

Susan at Stony River hosts Microfiction Monday. Every Sunday evening she posts a photo or illustration, and you compose a story in 140 characters about it on your blog. Thanks for hosting this meme and the image, Susan.



Thanks for every visit to Music of My Life.
Keep a song in your heart.

20 appreciated note(s):

Thom said...

Absolutely wonderful. The tomorrows are always better and bring much hope. Well done my friend :) Hope you are well :) xoxox

Peggy said...

Really well done. Many emotions come to the surface. Loved it!

Sylvia K said...

What a great take on the pic for today! And I love the tomorrows! Particularly when today has been a lost cause! You are so talented! Thank you for your visit and comment! Always appreciated! Have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Oh, I love your Elliston quote! How true indeed!

wenn said...

beautiful swan!

Michael G-G said...

Delightfully evocative. Thank you!

Have a great week.

Anya said...

He looks so peaceful Wow!!
Wonderful shot Rosidah :-)

anthonynorth said...

There's always hope. Excellently done.

SouthLakesMom said...

Are swans symbols of love and peace there? I think of them used a pictures of gracefulness, but in reality they're very cranky!

Well done!

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

So much hope in this , well done!
Excellent MM!

How are you, Rosidah? Everything ok?

Happy MM!
Have you an awesome week!
Mine is here

hugs
shakira

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Let us wake up and greet each new day with happy thoughts. May our tommorrows bring us joy.

First50 said...

Maybe he lingered over coffee too long and they just left without him!

Susan at Stony River said...

How I LOVE this swan! Things aren't always as they seem, are they? But tomorrow can always bring hope. Super microfiction Rosidah!

juliana said...

oh, this is deep! beautifully done!

John's comments said...

tomorrow is another day... Thanks for dropping by. This week I have dug into mythology for my micro story

Grandma said...

Well done. My microfiction also used hope as a theme.

My Microfiction

hope said...

I personally think hope is a great thing to have. :)

Being from the South, I often hear Scarlett O'Hara declaring, "Well, tomorrow IS another day."

Have a lot good days this week!

quilly said...

Now I am singing, "Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya tomorrow, you're only a day away!"

Kristine said...

ahh. that's a lot of pressure on a little swan- being a symbol of something. but yes, there is always a tomorrow to look forward to.

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

We all need our Tomorrows and a hope for a better day,

Martha said...

Definitely well done here Rosidah. Wishing you a wonderful weekend :-)