It is Friday. Again.
Y Yesterdays earnings
Y Yesterday’s yearnings.
Same thing really. A magical word with the sound of silk from India on the lips. But Fridays can also be majestically tortuous such as follows:
Which brings me to the latest comments on my previous blog and “Menagerie.” It referred to the last time when I was grieving for the life I’m caught in and unrequited dreams…
According to Wikipedia it means the following:
Menagerie is the term for a historical form of keeping wild and exotic animals in human captivity and therefore a predecessor of the modern zoological garden.
What really excites me is the following:
A Menagerie was mostly connected with an aristocratic or royal court and it was thus sited within a garden or park of a palace.
What I would like to know on this Friday is, does any of these two phrases has any reference to me or my situation?
A wild animal caught in an unreal world strewn with letters such as FRIDAY
A wild aristocratic animal, preferably a tiger or a lion, caught in an unreal world
An aristocratic garden with a captured wild animal
A garden with an aristocratic wild animal caught in it
A historic animal caught in an unreal world
A world full of historic and aristocratic animals
Wild animals caught in the rubble of an ancient heroic world
Wild animals looking for a way out of captivation and Menagerie?
Which brings me back to the meaning of Fridays yet again.
"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow."
- Mary Anne Radmacher -