Listen in Sorrow #birds #poetry #loss

happy you tend to the garden waking me daily with song bringing cheer never sorrow I find myself singing along * more work is there in the morrow gather and fashion a nest complaints never are filed rarely do you stop for a rest * little one out in the wet storm no jacket to […]

Blossoms from Heaven #haiku #photography

hana ni uzumorete yume yori sugu ni shinan kana covered with cherry blossoms if I could die right now in this dream of mine © Ochi Etsujin (Tr. Gabi Greve) Etsujin was a traveling companion and disciple of Basho. At Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, we are celebrating (this month) the work of Basho and those […]

What We Can’t See #devotion #photography #poetry

There is beyond the winter beauty beneath the snow like a shivering bulb we know there is spring we cannot see its bud nor force its opening  the sun alone can entice the bloom there is a beauty beyond winter we will shed this life’s pain  perfect magnificence  is held in secret an eternal spring […]

Escape #devotion #poetry #photography

    Intent on his prey the vulture’s eyes are focused one claw bearing down lips smacking with anticipation carrion bird won’t fly not until complete his destruction sickened by the stench I avert my eye society is incarcerated parrying with the devil dancing in the streets awaited by wickedness to be finally consumed its a […]

Her Headstone #poetry #death #photography

The words in bold I pulled from a gravestone poem written by a grieving husband to his wife who had passed so young.   Charlotte I spoke your name in harmony with the lark now the marble holds memories cold I caressed your hand through the bitterest of fights now I seek your shadow as you slumber at night * silvery […]

The Other Side of the Door #poetry #faith #photography

Where have I come from where will I go the door it has opened to where I don’t know *  it crept in as light just under a bit then it grew bigger my entire room was lit * it beckoned for me “come this way” it said oh what was I thinking when I […]

The Door to the Garden #atozchallenge #poetry #art

entrance to another world crack it open songs stream through the opening throw it wide sunlight treasure dusts your path go through the door look upon adventure don’t look back behind you is gone your past is a closed book keep walking surprise in the garden  you are never alone love grows here  its fresh scent opens your […]

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