Thanks to Freya for choosing another one of my haiku for her 'disintegrate' themed session. It's an honor. Please visit Pure Haiku to read it as well as many other wonderful choices.
When the fairies dance joy fills the garden again rousing sleeping worms and bottom-dwelling dreamers to bathe in the sparkling light My thanks to the two different challenges that had me thinking about fairies and light and things that dance and grow: Crimson's Creative Challenge and MMM's Tale Weaver.
in silence he waits his heart captured by her love faithful till the end It wasn’t my intention to double up prompts for this challenge but both images conjured similar feelings for me. As if they are two warriors on opposite sides of a battle, patiently waiting for that moment when they're released from their… Continue reading he waits
golden eyes glimmer holding sway, their gaze pierces penetrating me Thanks to Susi at I Write Her for her great photo inspiration.
Three men enter, one man pees? I would be remiss if I didn't give inspirational credit to the THUNDERDOME. And of course our Six Word Story Challenge hosts at The Soul Search Site.
imagine a dream beneath the melancholy rhapsody in blue The phrase "rhapsody in blue" has been bouncing around in my head since I took this photo last month. Thanks to the WOTD Challenge for offering me the opportunity to get it out of my head!
hidden in the flames our secrets sizzle and snap reduced to ashes Thanks to Sue and her #writephoto challenge.
Looking to escape the worst of a summer that will not end, we decided to head north; hoping that four hours of drive time would translate into at least twice that much in degree difference. Spoiler alert: It didn’t! Hit with a short-span heat wave that coincided directly with our trip, it was sweltering. Ugh.… Continue reading Lightner Museum in St. Augustine: Through the Looking Glass and into a Wonderland?
smoke on the water riffing on a new guitar teenage fantasy ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This prompt immediately brought me back to middle school when every aspiring teenage rock band played this song. Aaah the memories of being at dances in my seventh grade gym listening to a group of eight-grade boys rock this tune. Smoke on the… Continue reading when dreams were purple
Several years ago, I visited Slovenia and fell in love. Not with a person. (I was with my husband and we were—and still are—in love.) No. I fell in love with the place. Everything about Slovenia is beautiful and magical, from the Skocjanske caves and the many lakes to Ljubljana’s Dragon Bridge, beautiful buildings, and the… Continue reading Ljubljana Street Love