long ago whisper words carried to distant shores hope fills my shell Have you ever listened to a shell? What has it said? Im enjoying A to Z bloggers how about you? Deb @ Pen In Her Hand (BO) The Lair of the Silver Fox Seyi Adeoye’s Blog Sara Writes Valerie Storey Writing atContinue reading “Listen #atozchallenge”
what are you thinking? much to ponder in your shell loud silence Mud Snail is the prompt at Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem Image from Ivory Bill Wildlife Coloring book.
next to my footprint the empty shell of a hermit crab – Ah! what a sadness (c) Chèvrefeuille (2012) ***** Devoid of feeling punished by old dreams carried on a wave ~L. Moon Thanks to Kristjaan at Carpe Diem for another installation (part 2) of 3 part Vision Quest challenge where we have 24 hoursContinue reading “Empty Shell #haiku #art #photography”
where did you leave your treasure I asked of stormy sky the tide is quick receding it will retreat and hide where did you hide the treasure beneath a shell or brook I cannot deep go wading or wet will be my book where did you leave my treasure I look into moon’s eye a blushingContinue reading “Lost Treasure #poetry #photography”
echoes of the past resound into the present a dream of the sea (c) Off The Tippet ripples caress my bare feet I hear the shell calling me * Reflection: You can leave the sea but the sea is always part of thee… Today the Carpe Diem Tan Renga challenge comes from the beautiful haikuContinue reading “Sea Calling Me #poetry #photography #tanrenga”
In each chamber there is a world like chapters in a book each has its own identity that swirls In each chamber there is a life like a nursery of chicks readying for their first flight In each chamber there is a compass a spiral direction the deep’s nautical corpus embrace the Nautilus shell imagineContinue reading “Chamber “C” #atoz #poetry #napowrimo #art”
There are so many forms of rejection. As a writer, the most common form of rejection is when your work isn’t picked out from among the crowd. Rejection in any form has a sting. No one welcomes rejections – that is a certainty. Divorce is like a prism of rejection. There is so much rejectionContinue reading “Rejection”