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Brigid the Celtic sun goddess

Her spirit had become restless

Her dismal mood

Transversed the surrounding lands

A sweeping plague of melancholy


Wanderlust filled her soul

She decided to strike out on her own

She would travel the world

She would forge a new home

Like a seafaring pirate,

She sailed the seven seas

Amphitrite their mighty mistress

Was not pleased  

Her soul raged and thrashed

The loss of her dear friend

With a glimmer of hope

She sought land

She ended her treacherous voyage

And embarked on foot over

Rolling hill and winding roads

After many years of travel

Her keen sense of intuition told her

She was nearing her destination

One morning as it came to pass

Her soul was on fire with knowing

As she cast her eyes  upon

A charming blue-eyed girl

Who’s soul radiated light

I smiled brightly

A gesture of kindness

As this unearthly beauty

Stood before me

Her skin appeared to glow

Her hair was the color

Of a burning sunrise

I couldn’t help smiling

As she cast her light upon me

She had a magnetic energy

That drew me toward her

I had to get to know her

I’d found a kindred spirit

She submerged me in her warmth

Her nearness sent intense pulsations

Coursing through me

Currents of thermal heat

Pumping in my veins

I could feel my destiny changing

My essence transcending as radioactive


Okay, seeing the word prompt of the day as radioactive, I couldn’t help being utterly inspired. The first thing I did was listen to Linsey Stirling and Pentatonix “Radio Active.”

Then I remembered recently seeing a cute image on Pinterest inspired by Madame  Marie Curie, whom of course I couldn’t help thinking of when talking about the topic of radioactivity. She’s such an inspiring woman of science in history!

Marie Curie by Chibi-Joey

Photo Credit to: Chibi-Joey

Please be sure to check out her amazing and adorable artwork, I’m sure you’ll be as amazed and inspired as I was!

Be fearless and inspired by expanding your knowledge of the world around you. Transcend someone’s spirit by shining your own “radioactive” light!

Word of the Day Challenge: Radioactive

Wanderlust of a Goddess: Radioactive Transcendence


Hello, my rays of sunshine! I’m Jenna Gee, aka the Sunshine Artist, always seeking to brighten the world around me and seeking to help others embrace the magic that’s inside them. Every day is an empty canvas waiting to be painted and an empty page waiting to be written. Let’s fill today with the magic of the world around us!

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27 thoughts on “Wanderlust of a Goddess: Radioactive Transcendence

    1. Thank you! I love doing pieces like this, they’re alwasy so much fun to write! 😉 ❤️

      I’ll have to check it out! I just listened to/watched all of Lindsey Stirling’s Christmas album, some of it’s a little different from her usual pieces, but I quite enjoyed it! 🙂

      1. You impress me with the words you use in your poems, provides such imagery! 🙂
        I have 2 Pentatonix Christmas albums. Hope you enjoy it

      2. I’m glad to hear that, I definitely want my writing to come to life like many of my favorite authors do. 😊
        I will definitely enjoy them for sure, thank you!😁❤️

      3. Just thought I would let you know that I was thinking more of what you said about men having natural poker faces, when you commented on my Friday’s stories post. I thought I would ask Colin and Tippy who also had commented on that post. I think you will like their answers. Though I am guessing your face may look like mine when you read Colin’s answer. LOL! He is a joker!

      4. I just checked out their answers, I agree women are generally on average more emotional and “wear our hearts on our sleeves” where as men as my husband put it “can compartmentalize their feelings.”

  1. This is such a fantastic post! Love the adventurous story. Sounded like an adventure I’d go on. Enjoyed this album by Pentatonix! Also like this art of Madam Curie. I read biographies of various scientists and she inspires me. 😄

    1. Yay so glad you enjoyed it! ❤️
      I know right, they’re an awesome group! 😁 I agree Madam Curie was an interesting woman!😊

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