Hut #Acholi #Uganda #atozchallenge

Big enough for two ants compete with the size kitchen outside Sand castles spring cleaning adds more rooms fit for a king I am off the grid for the next couple of days but will check back to see how y’all are doing. We didn’t dare to measure the ant hills but some appear to […]

Bouquet for Her #poetry #photography

I circled her fresh face with my fingertips ruby red were her luscious lips spring her blossom ever green awaken not from this dream summer harsh it takes the glow dew’s gone, nothing will grow our love languish in her eyes  robbing heat  I ever despise colors change,  bouquet of woe her faded lips her time I know […]

View at Dawn #tanrenga #nature #photography

the open window screened with a web leaf shadows © Jane Reichhold raise the misty morning veil  mother leads her fawns to drink Today’s Tan Renga challenge #108 at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is to echo Jane Reighhold’s beautiful haiku.

Japanese Garden #haiku

This week Kristjaan has a very nice special feature called “Carpe Diem’s Japanese Garden”. This feature goes back to the roots of haiku and challenges us to go back to basics:   1. 5-7-5 syllables2. A moment as short as the sound of a pebble thrown into water3. A kigo4. A deeper, spiritual meaning5. And […]

Walk in the Sand #haiku

For this week’s  Carpe Diem Tokubetsudesu “back in time” episode we are prompted to write a new haiku or tanka  with the beginning lines: “with bare feet” And here is the haiku, inspired on a quote by Khalil Gibran, from Kristjaan: with bare feet dancing on Mother Earth’s grounds wind plays with my hair © […]

Clouds #onewordprompt #poetry

my eyes radiate your blue toes long to dance on white fluffiness fingers spin imaginary cotton candy  tease us as you form animal shapes dancing on sky’s dance floor with ease elusive are your sweet offerings What do you think of when you behold clouds?   Today’s One word prompt at WordPress  is Clouds

Aerodynamic #writing #aviation #poetry

Lift, weight, drag nature needs no calculation elements take flight * birds effortless soar seasons provide inspiration view from the eyrie * uncontrolled the wind my mind shifts to the stars blinded by moon dust   The prompt for Poet’s United Midweek Motif is “Wind Power.”  Photo: Exhaust pipes Space Shuttle Discovery ©moondustdesigns 2014    

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