The Places you go #reading #nablopomo #poetry

If you could be a character from any time in history who would you be? Would you drive elephants over the Pyrenees? Would you a beautiful woman be running a powerful country? * Would you write of grand and small of rivers boats and boys perform in city’s hall travel the world to see it all […]

My First Wheels #children #haiku #photography

Candied apple drips sticky hand grasps handle bars I can’t let go * little hands and feet stumbling in attempt to run shoes are too big * I can’t let go sweet memories that surround little hands and feet * shoes seem too big hands grasp the wheel and lever jerk as the clutch pops […]

Chrysanthemum (Chooyoo) #haiku #photography

  open sunny smile colors glow upon her face Chris Anthe’s Mum The prompt for Carpe Diem is Chrysanthemum Festival (Chooyoo) . As I don’t have one even poor shot of that flower, I thought I would use my poetic license  Photography: The Child L. Moon 2013 Chyrsanthemum from stock photos (over at Carpe Diem)

Dipping Into the Unknown #haiku #photography #eyesofachild

dipping in unknown my fingers long to feel what my heart longs for * what my heart longs for galaxy and more away beauty of beyond * beauty of beyond one can only imagine dipping in the unknown Have you ever had a longing for something you cannpt quite grasp or understand? Carpe Diem has […]

Each Day a Miracle #haiku #photography #nature

Contagious laughter life giggles as it just begins daily miracle Daily Miracle opens wide in the summer welcoming the sun Welcoming the sun miracles seen and unseen each day’s  horizon The last prompt for July at Carpe Diem  “Miracle” finishes off a month of reflections inspired by Paulo Coehlo Photography: “Happy”, “Azalea”, “Angle of Today” © images […]

What of Life? #questions #poetry #photography

To know everything implies that I know something “what” I ask of myself  “do I know”? When the sails of life luff I may not be going anywhere When the umpire emphatically cries “You’re out!” – I am When the doctor tells me I have cancer I have no questions What about those times in […]

The Forest or the Trees? #wordpress #dailypost #poetry #photography

When you gaze out your window (literally or figuratively) do you see the forest or the trees???? Run my fingertips through mossy hair flick water drop rainbows toward the sky inhale your loamy essence run my hands over your rocky surfaces grasp the prisms of  sunlight listen to your voice as you rush by …and […]

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