On a life well lived

For the visually challenged reader, the image shows an old woman whose face is deeply lined. There is a faint smile on her face.
Mirth plays around your mouth miming multi-coloured mischief of an occasionally ill-judged youth. Fun feathers your forehead framing joyous recollections of halcyon days soaked in summer sunshine.

Written in response to SadjeWhat Do You See #52 photo prompt.
Image credit: Pisauikan – Pixabay

48 thoughts on “On a life well lived

  1. Beautiful words and sentiment. This work possibly resonates with me (and others?) more as our own years advance. We can recognise the child and youthfulness that we still contain, even though our outer shell may not project the image.

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