A Drop of Water… #poetry #unity

Were I a bird on the wing I would perform an aria I would sing you would marvel at the tone on the limb I perch alone * Were I a fish in a stream I would dazzle with colors blue, red, green against the current I would go never motivated by the flow * […]

A Part of the Whole #photography #haiku

I used to whole surgery took more than it gave now – half a woman This sculpture stands in one of the clinics I visit.  I admire the sculptor but I have an odd feeling when I look at this woman. The photo challenge this week at Word Press is Half and Half.

Behind a Smile #haiku #drawing

  colors in a line beauty tilts her head toward  light sun guides  my hands The prompt at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is carpe diem. I have never spent much time with  portraiture. The human form takes alot of study but I am getting to the point in life that there is no time like […]

Time Passage #poetry

I stood on the edge of the universe stars within my grasp reach for them I did I never thought to ask nudging my fingertips a velvety lamb’s ear in an old forgotten grotto nature knows she is here In the expanse of a gallery the paint is still fresh though the paintings are old where I had […]

Going Deeper #art #photography

    Look deep art for the eyes pencil interprets The WordPress Daily Post Photography Challenge this week is Depth Photography to enjoy: Empire of Lights This That and the Other Thing (Janet) Castelsarrasin (Sandra) Ese’s Voice Jim Holroyd 365 Lin’s Doodles

Winter’s Rest #haiku #art #photography

abandoned house the garden taken over – butterfly home © Iio Sogi (Tr. Chèvrefeuille) feverish color Butterfly shares refreshment warm hand I’m challenged to provide a juxtaposition in the text which I am not sure I have done, but I tried to create a symbiosis in the verse and art. This wonderful Carpe Diem Haiku […]

One Wish #photography #shortstory #amwriting

There it was after I strived for so many years. Looking high and low, I had searched for the one  place that my inheritance – the key fit into. There was a beautiful image of a woman. I’m not sure if she was a fairy, but I could sense magic in her midst. “Put out […]

A Snail’s Pace #haiku #photography

plenty of time painting will be a masterpiece come morning * leaf it on the porch snail’s perfect midnight snack natural lace * up the snail pace don’t run like the horses what were we thinking * Kristjaan at Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem goes out of his way to think of haiku prompts today is no […]

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