When autumn eves turn into golden days, Fast falling leaves abound on grassy plains, So much that calloused palms brush them away, No sooner swept aside, resumes the rain. And slight distracted through the sinewed branches, To waves of green ‘gainst cloudless, azure skies,… Continue Reading “Stars of Sugar Gum”
Orange you glad that …the Weekly Photo Challenge asked us for a collection in which the color orange, is either the subject of, or the accent to, the photographs. My selection runs the gamut from wine labels and wildlife in the backyard to hand crafted mosaics, rowboats and (of course) my Pet Pooch. Enjoy!
The woods soft beckon on these last few days of Autumn, on the wane as chill sets in, Umbrella canopy is gone, it could not stay, We face our hopeless yearnings from within. The brook once was a rivulet, a stream that overflowed (in spring) its… Continue Reading “Adieu”
Upon closer look: Unseen, teeming life ‘a-thrive’ O’oer moss-crunched wood path. Haiku Friday Photo Friday: Tiny
While trudging through the forest dark and deep, I spied an eerie crossroads sight, a tree, Alone amid the leaves and crocus heaped with fervor, ‘top her rosebud roots – her feet. She once had noble lean and leafy shine, Where children found their shelter from… Continue Reading “A Noble Life”
Written for Write at the Merge, Week 45, using the following prompt: “The third day comes a frost, a killing frost.” William Shakespeare ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️ And for Trifecta: to use the third definition of CRAFT (noun) 1 : skill in planning, making, or executing : … Continue Reading “Of Rime and Reason”
A penny for your thoughts. Oh, I don’t know. I was just thinking about tossing a shiny copper into that dried up old well. It’d be nice if it was a wishing well. Does it need water to be a wishing well? Don’t know,… Continue Reading “A Penny for Your Thoughts”
🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲 The tall twins had inexorably killed her chances to have a garden, and though she loved the trees’ elegant, shade-giving, bird-nesting, lushness; she so missed her garden. Over the last forty years, Her yard had become a vibrant place of verdant serenity. It… Continue Reading “How Does My Garden Grow?”