Monday *** Art in the Morning Children in the Afternoon Passion in the Night *** Tuesday *** Light is my Paintbrush The Universe my Canvas and Truth my Vision *** Wednesday *** Doughnut Spied, Attracts Smell Becomes my Master Now Jam Explodes, Such Joy *** Thursday *** Mosquito, Fly By Two Eyes, Two Hands, Go Faster Swish, Smack, Too Slow, Splat *** Friday *** Cats … Continue reading Weekly Writing Challenge: Haiku Catchoo! – As It Was!!!
After spending time with a group of people, do you feel energized and ready for anything or do you want to hide in the corner with a good book? Photographers, artists, poets: show us PERSONALITY. I Love People & A Good Book ◊◊◊ First of all I love people. I think they are all incredible. Each one unique & beautiful in their own way. If … Continue reading Party Animals (?): Who Was She?
If you could be a “fly on the wall” anywhere and at any time in history, where and when would you choose? Photographers, artists, poets: show us SNEAKY. When I read the daily post today I was eating one of the fresh figs, that I had just bought in the market. I always think of the emperor Augustus when I eat a fig, as it’s … Continue reading Fly on the Wall: Sneaky Figs
Write whatever you normally write about, and weave in a book quote, film quote, or song lyric that’s been sticking with you this week. Photographers, artists, poets: show us INSPIRATION. Well here’s a poem made completely from other people’s songs. I’ve included the performers names after their quotes. Just ignore the names when you read it ◊♦◊ Earworm Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far … Continue reading Earworm: What Does It Mean?
Finish this sentence: “When I look in the mirror, I . . . “ Photographers, artists, poets: show us MIRRORED. Mirror, mirror on the wall Who’s the biggest fool of all? Tell me quickly. Tell me true. Is it me, or is it you? ♦ Mirror, mirror shameless friend An honest message you must send. I cannot hide. You cannot lie. What I am is what you … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror:
Tell us about the last time you had a real, deep, crying-from-laughing belly laugh. Photographers, artists, poets: show us JOYFUL. This picture is one I’ve had since around 2002. It’s a scan of an old photo of me & my oldest grandson. It was taken on a very joyful day trip to Lindisfarne. This poem is one I’ve had for about a month. It’s featured … Continue reading From the Gut: Love & Lindisfarne
Haiku A verse of 17 syllables written across 3 lines * This weeks theme: Fingerprint * I discovered this weekly prompt this morning & decided to give it a try. Here are my contributions: * * * Inspired by the theme at Continue reading Haiku Heights #261 – Fingerprint