I high above the sea the sun bright upon his back the fight has been won II the bright sea beneath one moment of blissful joy still, the fight is done Thanks to Ronovan Writes for the inspiration (bright & fight) for this fishy tale.
dreaming a new day the sun rises over still life awakening spring Thanks to Sue for a beautifully calm photo. It lifted my spirits. Check her out for more great offerings and the rules of the game.
to spark devotion and banish cacophony the birds joined their calls and sang a sweet melody in unity with the trees Thanks to Colleen's Tanka Tuesday Synonyms Only Challenge Our words for today are “love” and “harmony” and my synonyms are “devotion” and “unity.” 'Twas fun but hard!
shimmering and new too luminous to conceal dawn’s first light rises Thanks to Sue and her #writephoto challenge. New day. New hope!
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.
feeling gratitude for harmonic convergence and tranquil echoes In the current world context in which everything SUCKS, I’m trying to practice gratitude. I’m not very good at it! Thanks to Sue and Ronovan for (at least) reminding me to try! Sue's Write Photo Challenge Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge
Capture the moment: The calm between the beats bestows beauty too Working on appreciating the "now." Thanks for the inspiration. Written for the Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge. Our words were quiet (for which I substituted "calm") and beauty.
Awaiting their time To spread their wings and take flight The dashing pair sleep This buggy haiku was inspired by seeing these rascals (pictured above) firmly stuck to the side of a building last night while walking home from dinner. Social media posting help me identify them as dasychira meridionalis. Honestly I’m still creeped out… Continue reading Don’t Call Me Daisy
when our days are spent the rivers still flow to sea and the earth endures Not sure if my words are hopeful or fatalistic but the photo is beautiful! Thanks Sue. Click here for more great writing and the rules of the game.
connecting nature the trees will remain after sharing their message Thanks for the inspiration to Sue and her Write Photo Challenge.