what more can I say
boy with a big world to see
My cousin Zeek was left on the steps of a hospital (in Joburg) when he was a few days old. He is growing up in a home with love and laughter.
Here’s some Z s for you! It’s been a great month y’all.
yesterday I stubbed my toe
nothing was making sense
my imprints vanishing
closed in by life’s fence
today I followed my footsteps
retraced some of my steps
jumped similar waves
discovered no more regrets
tomorrow I’ll follow my heart
no matter the cost
sing to you and the sea birds
our smiles will never be lost
Where do you find your younger self?
People to enjoy these last few days with the A to Z Challenge:
A couple years ago for the A to Z challenge, I looked for letters in photography. This was in my draft box.
Ha- like buried treasure I have my post for X.
nature climbs over fence
in plain sight
Anyone else struggle with the letter “X”?
Enjoy these A to Zers today:
the lack of a smile in her eyes told me
she too young to hide that radiant glow
too much tarnish to buff away
butterflies and girls should fly free
you are worthy this you should know
go with nature dance, sing, Play!
Too often young people are made to feel they aren’t good enough.
What a shame when someone with so much potential is robbed before even given the chance to try.
What do you do to stay young?
Highlighting some writers who make a difference in my blogging world:
Linda has a heart for the nature around her (and she’s a great storyteller) – Rangewriter
Charlie writes poetry that hits the marrow – Read Between the Minds
Mabel writes keenly about the mix of her Australian and Asian culture Mabel Kwong
Magyar lives somewhere between the sea and the world of haiku Magyar Haiku
Honore writes, shoots amazing photography and shares his travels – This Corner of the Woods
Ranu her pen is embraced in beauty –Sabethville
And some A to Z folks to enjoy today:
Uncork your essence
harvest radiates red
cabernet and brie
Couldn’t pass up posting a picture of this wine.
Do you have a favorite wine?
Please enjoy these A to Z bloggers with me:
beauty comes in many colors
she was wrapped in wisteria and silk
sand grains wouldnt dare cake her feet
she passed by like a breeze
enveloped in a rainbow
A month of letters as prompts will finish at the end of the week. There are still many bloggers to enjoy in this challenge:
Sky tears fall like buckets
observing from a glass tower
lightening tests the glass
while thunder reverberates
trembling people look for assurance
there is none as the walls tumble
What do you when it’s raining buckets?
A to Z bloggers to enjoy: