A bit of fungus A tower in fairyland Both visions are true
Fungus rot Fairyland tower Point of view
Fungus Fairyland Toadstool
This was written for Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge. This week was a photo challenge. the photo at the top was provided by Lisa Thompson, a photo by Wolfgang Hasselmann found on Unsplash. This week I chose a haiku. I used the three different forms to say the same thing (6/7/6, 3/5/3 and 2/3/2).
Fish in the river Swimming along with the flow Doesn’t see the bird
Written for Colleen’s Poetry challenge. Each week she gives us two keywords, only we must use synonyms only, not the words themselves. This week we were free to choose keywords and the key words I chose were “Water” and “Current” This week I decided to do a haiku, and though that rhymes, the haiku doesn’t ;).
(Last week’s poem was called “Life ;)”, but this is the other side of Life…)
Photos beyond count Raw statistics in folders No time to revel I have snapped many pictures But have left them unopened
I open the ‘Explore’ on my computer and go to photographs. There are folders ordered by dates staring at me. Each folder contains a lot of photos, dozens, hundreds. I leaf through some and find them both familiar and unfamiliar. I have seen very few of them since the moment I clicked the shutter. There are birds and people. There are rabbits and buildings. There are trees and lakes and seascapes. Pictures of merrymakers reveling at a wedding reception, dancing to loud music. Birds sitting on quiet shores or soaring majestically through the air. Where has the time gone? Why can’t I just sit down and go through these pieces of memory? Perhaps even post some on my blog Ooops, where has the time gone!?! I have to get back to work!!! Bye… Continue reading →
It’s a slate grey day Relentless cold rain beats down Summer is long gone I want to go through a book Curled up on a nice warm couch
See the wet cool words Mild but not agreeable November showers
Written for Colleen’s Poetry challenge. Each week she gives us two keywords, only we must use synonyms only, not the words themselves. The words this week are “Pleasant” and “Read“. This week I wrote a Tanka and a Haiku.
And yes, 40 F (4 C) and pouring rain today – my least favorite weather.