Etched in silver, Legacy forever seen, Courage on display. Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflecting
When in the course of eons, man’s ascent, Desire for creature comforts came to be, Once mere survival safe could be achieved, As hay and clay walls opened for to see. Through ages ice and iron, improved upon, Increasing heights and breadths, invite light… Continue Reading “Of Windows”
Our travel bags retrieved, then tagged and packed, Each year, this day, with only hours to go, Filled, bulging piggy-banks have been attacked, The countdown’s creeping to a dwindling low. So many tasks to check before we go: Alert the postman, stop the paper… Continue Reading “Good as Gold”
The Lily…simple, delicate epitome of innocence and purity.
On the way to Disney World with grandsons all in tow,
I spied some topiary bulls that looked like buffalo…
I know it’s Spring because the brown hard soil beneath my feet, begins to greenish be, Before the morning light they’re chirping; all a-flutter as they gather in the trees. I know it’s Spring when safflower hulls and seeds Are strewn beneath my backyard feeding… Continue Reading “Spring In Motion”
I have always been an early bird, creeping out of vacation hotel rooms to avoid waking the family, camera case slung over my shoulder and flip-flops tucked under my arm. I cannot miss the sunrise. I know that the most beautiful moments are fleeting… Continue Reading “Before the Dawn”
It rises from the marsh to search for food, Gnawing while enroute on leaves and wood, Undaunted by the steepness of his feat, And focused on the fruit bits near my feet … Continue Reading “Agnostic Iguana”
Last November we traveled to Puerto Rico, en route to St. Thomas in support of the Seton Hall Pirates, for the Paradise Jam, a pre-season college basketball tournament. While in Puerto Rico, we visited the town of Caguas, and toured several museums. The Museo de… Continue Reading “Roots (Weekly Photo Challenge: Express Yourself)”
Warmth can be a cozy, comfy chair, Upon which thrown, a hand-knit afghan quilt, Awaiting little boys who tumble in, and there fake-wrestle for first dibs; no signs of guilt. A grandson hiding in the fort he built with tablecloths and sheets from grandma’s… Continue Reading “Warmth”
Weekly Photo Challenge: achievement.
This photograph, captured by my daughter, conjures up images of ten-year-olds, racing their bikes around the neighborhood, stopping only to shoot a few hoops in the driveway. What more poignant evidence of Humanity, than the imprint of a hastily tossed-aside bike, left outside one rainy… Continue Reading “Template for Humanity (Weekly Photo Challenge)”