Free from care. Carefree. A cosmic joke or the truth? Only time will tell. Thanks to Sammi for an interesting prompt. Not sure my deep thoughts translated into a great 14 word haiku but I enjoyed the challenge.
the light beckons me into the dim passageway and offers me hope Thanks to Sue and Write Photo for the inspirational photo. Click here for details.
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.
When the moon beckons Let yourself rise in the light Uninhibited Uninhibited Let yourself rise in the light When the moon beckons When the moon beckons Let yourself rise in the light Emancipated Not sure if this is any kind of actual poetic form or just three separate haiku strung together but I like it… Continue reading When the Moon Beckons
falling for Peter Tinker Bell took a tumble and her light went out This fun little haiku (or this statement on the dangers of falling for an immature emotionally stunted man-child) was inspired by Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge (tumble / tinker).
Words wrung from the depths Expeditious writing But late yet again Thanks to Linda's SoCS challenge to use "xp" It brought me to the lovely and intimidating word (which rarely applies to my writing): expeditious.
Yearning for closure To repair my broken heart But the hole remains Both the lovely photo and the word prompt (yearning) inspired a sense of longing in me so thanks to Sue's Write Photo Challenge and Tales from the Mind of Kristian for giving me a chance to explore that feeling.
amid tones of green she blends golden daffodils spring’s perfect timbre Summer hit Florida full on this week so I was a bit nostalgic for a midwestern spring until I saw that it snowed up there this week! So here's hoping for a real spring for my northern fam and friends and a bit more… Continue reading Mother Nature’s Spring Mix
hopeful but afraid she holds our world together daring to be brave Thanks to Helene for another wonderful "What do you see?" challenge.
to break me, condone my sins fill a laundry list plenty to choose from Thanks to the following for the inspiration (prompts) of laundry, condone, and plenty: Rag Tag Community Word Challenge and Fandango's FOWC and One Daily Prompt.