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 […]

Gravity #photography #haiku

    Fallen leaves death unpreventable gravity’s rose The Word Press DP Photo Challenge is Weight (less) – “Show us the effects of gravity.”. Whether it is a physical pull or an emotional drain, gravity is always heavy.

Nature’s Rush #poem

Buying buying buying setting out brown mulch stones set  forest pathway one list lest I forget Raking raking raking piles of sallow leaves spreading forth the grass seeds the ground at last is fed sun’s smiling smiling smiling before days grow short and cold have I missed my timing leaf piles already old Gliding, twirling, rushing for their fallen end […]

Haiku Pond #poetry

A lesson from Kristjaan at  Carpe Diem Haiku Kai – writing haiku using Basho’s haiku as a template to work from. For this challenge I have chosen a haiku, you all certainly know, written by Basho (1644-1694). furu ike ya / kawazu tobi komu / mizu no oto old pond a frog jumps into the […]

You Are My Sunshine… #photography #nature

  you know the song sung long days ago always warmed the heart with season’s rays This set in response to the prompt at Cee’s fun foto challenge – “You are my sunshine” Join in the fun there’s always room for more!

This Isn’t Kansas #poetry #storms

Steadfast I’m Whipped around facing where I had begun grasping for a rail there’s a wolf upon my trail grabbed and turned again not sure where I have spinned troubled are the leaves this wind more than a breeze forward I must go grasp you pull me through like a needle through a thread dusty […]

Dawn Greeter #poetry #sundaydevotion #fall

“time to greet the day” a quiet voice whispers Dawn has barely broken life is stirring before my boots crunch leaves are rustling  the trees wave goodbye to summer silhouetted by warm rays * small creatures forage growing fat and furry year end’s harvest awaits for the final gleaning birds feeling winter’s nudge migrate moving […]

Season of Decay #haiku #time #photography

rubbing sister leaves new endings, old beginnings color explodes  a time to reflect put away past pains reach for tomorrow The prompt for the first day of September at Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem is DECAY. Where does Fall fall for you???

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