With open hands tho little here I offer thanks this time of year tho seasons change and winds grow cold there’s warmth in smiles of young and old kindled kindness shared with all warmly given every fall gifts of heart like waters flow from these pools love can grow foul the water where anger prevails […]
Dawn Awakens rising to warm winter’s day golden horizon candle flickers breaking bleak night’s cold warm welcome This week’s welcome Dpchallenge prompt is Warmth – So fitting on these cold days.
Your arms gentle and smooth encircle me frail and chill I curl up into a ball afraid of life’s battering spill “no matter” your words sooth as you thoughtful pick me up straightening my shoulders warming me from your own cup Your kindness starts at your smile rises up in your eyes like […]
The best place to go on a freezing day is south!
Here is our first Tan Renga starting haiku written by Jessica of Like an Apple; Jessica wrote this haiku in response on our kigo ‘scarecrow’ (Kakashi). Stanza 1 (5-7-5) ~ Jessica wind jostles the scarecrow near the heavy-hung cornstalks the summer is spent Stanza 2 (7-7) ~ me lonely in the cold of day bonfires to […]
On the water’s edge I find my finger’s frozen lost is my mind On the water’s edge I hold life’s frozen particles a permanent mold On the water’s edge I wait sun’s warmth to free me from death’s frozen lake An excellent picture prompt from Poet’s United Poetry Pantry