I used to whole surgery took more than it gave now – half a woman This sculpture stands in one of the clinics I visit. I admire the sculptor but I have an odd feeling when I look at this woman. The photo challenge this week at Word Press is Half and Half.
brokeh thoughts bay water’s sun dance food is scarce Today’s Daily Post photo challenge is the Rule of Thirds. Shooting in thirds adds a symbolic quality to the composition. I hope your imagination can soak in the relationship in each of these shots.
Here is what Professor Peipei Qiu, The Author of Bashô and the Dao says about kikôbun, a similar style of writing to haibun: ‛The Japanese literary travel journal (kikôbun) has been closely related to poetry. It characteristically weaves poems and the introductory narratives in a sequential order. The travel journals that existed before Bashô were […]
walk river edges circles ripple and collide full of skipping stones This haiku the theme River Stones is dedicated to each of the fantastic people (friends) at Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem. This Haiku is full of symbols: River edges = life, ripple = friendship, skipping stones=haiku Thanks to Kristjaan Panneman for creating an environment […]