The Saturday Symphony #1 (weekly feature)

The Saturday Symphony #1 (weekly feature)

Hi guys. If you’re reading this, I’m happy you’re well enough to do so. I know these times are tough.

The Saturday Symphony, is a brand new weekly feature by yours truly.
But before we get into what it’s about, here’s some poetry for the soul,


Up, on a lonely cloud
Watching what goes on below
glimpsing what happens above
Seeing all but blind to the subtleties
A superficial view

Won’t you drift down
And see the struggle amidst beauty
Won’t you wisp higher
And asphyxiate amongst the stars
For we cannot know, if we do not go
Beyond what meets the eye

Okay, I hope that got the reading juices stirring. Let’s get into it.

Why “The Saturday Symphony”?

Sharing and reblogging are not my blog’s strongest suits. And yet I really want to share some of your work.

Well, now I can do that here in this weekly feature.

Every Saturday at 8:30 GMT I’ll highlight three posts that really caught my eye that week.
Then offer a brief review to peek your curiosity.

I’ll share some ponderous thoughts too(just a line or two).

And you can engage with me all through the coming week till the next Saturday,

Just leave a comment with your thoughts,
Or post something connected to the ponderous thought below and link back to this weekly feature so I can find you(sort of like a prompt but unofficial).
It’s your choice to comment or to write a post.
But your opinion is much desired.

Consider the little poem at the beginning of this, and future Symphony posts, as bribery for your engagement.
(A poem for your thoughts?)

Okay, let’s get back to the feature. Without further ado;

This week’s three featured posts

  1. Dark love by Gabriella M – In this piece, Gabriella melds the darkness and light of love with sumptuous words and exceptional skill.
  2. Home six word stories by Anisha – Anisha pulls the very idea of home from your head and puts it in a short collection of beautiful six word stories accentuated by a fitting selection of photos.
  3. Alienation by poeEternal – By the end of this, you’ll not take anyone’s sadness for granted. Delia brings vivid awareness to emotions of depression.


“Can love wipe away depression?”

Image @pixabay @Deflyne

Let me know what you think in the comments or in a post.

Still to come

If you’re not featured, it doesn’t mean your posts don’t catch the eye, they do. And I’m sure you’ll find my comments on some of them.

Most likely you’ll appear on here in the weeks to come. I got you.

Ponderous writers

For those with ravenous reading appetites, I’ll be putting links to the previous week’s ponderous writers in this section(those who’ll use the ponderous thought and/or image above as a writing prompt)

If you choose to write a post based on the ponderous thought/image above, just copy the link to this feature post,
then put it as a link(pingback) in your own post,
Or leave your post link in the comments section below(or you can do both)
and wherever your post may be, I will find it and I will engage it.(just kidding with the rhetoric but yeah, basically that.)

I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts about this very first Saturday Symphony weekly feature and your insights into the pondering section.

I also hope you visit this week’s featured posts and read, like/comment.

I welcome any ideas on how I can improve this feature within its theme of sharing and interaction.

And I more than welcome your participation.
Stay safe and stay loving.


76 responses to “The Saturday Symphony #1 (weekly feature)”

  1. This seems like a great way to get involved with the blogging community and thank you for featuring my work! It was a nice surprise to wake up to and I’m grateful for your support of my work! I shared this on my blog & Twitter and I do hope it will bring you some traffic! I’ll try to get involved with the prompts but my depression has kept me pretty isolated. Thank you once again!!

    And to answer your question, I think love can cure a lot of things. But depression is tricky because people become depressed for different reasons and love isn’t always the answer. The difficult part is finding someone who can live with your depression and still love you…

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  2. ooh… a new prompt to play with… I might do some smooshing with other Saturday prompts. We’ll see. I’m almost caught up on visits.
    And summer is taking more of my time out of doors.

    Good Luck and stay sane!

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  3. You know I like to answer your questions, and I have a short answer to this one–yes! Both giving and receiving love are good antidotes for depression. They take away the feeling of being alone. (K)

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  4. This is a wonderful initiative, Jude. Congratulations on your new effort!

    I’m very much happy that you chose to feature a post from my blog on the very first edition. Thank you! πŸ™‚

    I was brainstorming topics on mental health, and your question seems to be the best fit. I’ll most probably write an article on the same this month.

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    • Thank you Saly. I wanted to reblog but I also wanted to grow so I came up with this. I hope you consider taking part if any prompt catches your eye in the future


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