*Sighs* I didn’t forget about Word High. It’s just that lately, I’ve been so tired that I didn’t want to overuse what little energy I saved. I wrote words to the prompts, but I was not in any shape to look for templates and type into it. I’m still tired, so once again, I may not be as active as I would like to be, so I may take a few months off if it comes to that.
Anyway, here’s what I came up with for the mentionable in the title.
Hiraya: vision, illusion; figuratively means the fruit of one’s hopes and dreams.
Pagsamo: plea, appeal, a fervent prayer
As for this prompt, I was editing a poem I wrote in June when I decided to share an excerpt, and it fitted perfectly! Unfortunately, the piece is still untitled. I wrote it to show that God is not a last resort and that we should go to Him immediately even in all of our filthiness. We shouldn’t attempt to fix things, as it’ll only get worse. I’ll share the poem in its entirety one day. For now, a little peek:
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VERSE OF THE MONTH (August 2021): Then I said, I am cast out of thy sight; yet I will look again toward thy holy temple. Jonah 2:4 ⛪