You may watch what we do I know your intent too well who watches the innocent wants a child to fall? Too long the history foul your jaded past you ogle a prize an ogre at best I’ll continue my path butterflies and ribbons we play and we love our celebration is living I […]
My pen drips fresh ink formulas for miles words in proper sync imagine children’s smiles I dip the point drawings lighten the load sheep “baa” pigs “oink” new merges with old words pour upon pad ideas in a storm can’t hold what I have I run out of proper form my pen drips ink too […]
the artist’s eye no matter the season merger of shapes The prompt at Word of the day Challenge is Combine
cold foamy glee seasons beneath little feet faith of a child
four different seasons warm breezes repel the cold each draw earth’s color This week’s photo challenge is Earth. There’s so much beauty (on our planet) where are your favorite places?
Today our prompt at Carpe Diem is departing year, and it is extracted from Jane Reichhold’s “A Dictionary of Haiku” … it’s a nice prompt I think and it fits (of course) the time of year … Here is Jane’s example of this prompt: slow rains as if leaves were falling at winter’s end © […]