Magnifying Glass #Newyear #2019 #Happynewyear

 Goodbye to a year that will be the past   Adieu to our failed successes that don’t last we wave a friendly blushing Ciao Sayonara , gone for now Magnify the things you’ve done some things lost others won rocks pulled from the soil bread rising never to spoil all of 2018 now behind flash of […]

Unlikely #photochallenge #uganda

Unlikely is this magenta Fort backdrop Nile sunset   If you know me, you know I have tried to work in Liberia, No. Africa, Congo and So. Africa.  I never thought of Uganda, the Nile or mosquito netting as my “likely.”   The photo challenge this week is “Unlikely” These pictures are all taken at […]

Photographer #atozchallenge #Uganda #acholi

    images of a moment a few held digitally others only close  suspended in memory the photographer reminds us  places where we’ve gone people who are close he brought us along celebrate the magic the aperture doth spy creative destination  captured with my eye * too wild to hold running with the seasons camera ready […]

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 […]

Acholi #Uganda #atozchallenge #poetry

Kind-hearted people displaced by war twenty five years of waiting  return to ancestral land centuries of farming the earth welcomes dance steps echo stars harmonize our adopted family Acholi – filled with Grace Today is the beginning of the A to Z Challenge. It is no challenge to share the beauty of Uganda in particular […]

Child’s Play #poetry #ebola #children

  One The number of people remaining in my family who are alive Two days ago they buried  mother all I saw was a bag no one her age has survived Three dead trees  left of my village warning of departed spirits the only voices you hear Four Down the hallway, behind closed doors you will find […]

Eyes of Child #photography #poetry #world

    It matters not the place US, Africa, Crimea, Mexico.. a smile you can always trace on the winsome and open face of a child   This week’s prompt for the Dp photo challenge is Humanity. Sadly when I travel outside of the country (to work),  I don’t usually take a camera unless its […]

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