Nature’s Example #100tpc #poetsforchange

  dawn is playing with the color wheel two does and their young pass a fawn races toward flowers nature dances its morning ritual mothers tilt their heads large eyes are watchful, hopeful mesmerized am I in silence the choir holds its breath peace as golden rays curve the horizon a white tail bobs to my leftContinue reading “Nature’s Example #100tpc #poetsforchange”

Zika Virus | Ministry of Health Singapore — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

The Ministry of Health (MOH), Singapore has been closely monitoring the Zika virus situation, and will be introducing several measures to enhance the surveillance of the disease and the protection of Singaporeans. We also urge all Singaporeans to take the appropriate precautions to prevent mosquito breeding as vector control is critical in preventing transmission and […]Continue reading “Zika Virus | Ministry of Health Singapore — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News”

Blow A Candle #birthday #poetry

make a candle wish cycles of sun, moon and stars they are all of you balloon bouquet you began on this day wishes granted The prompt for Poets United Mid-Week Motif is Birthday. Celebrating with Susan. “If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day soContinue reading “Blow A Candle #birthday #poetry”

Loosing Spring #haiku #cherryblossoms

miren naku chiru mo sakura wa sakura kana without regret they fall and scatter… cherry blossoms ~ Issa   tracing pink petals night’s storm determines spring’s end I leave my heart The month’s Utabukuro (poembag) prompt by Kristjaan at Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem asks us to take a favorite haiku (or tanka),  explain why you choseContinue reading “Loosing Spring #haiku #cherryblossoms”

In Kozhikode, They Mourn and Rage for Justice for Jisha – — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

All over Kerala massive protests have broken out today demanding justice for Jisha, the law student who was brutally murdered in Perumbavoor, Kerala on May 2. The following photos of huge groups of women protesting the death of the young Dalit woman are from the city of Kozhikode and were shot by filmmaker Biju Ibrahim.Continue reading “In Kozhikode, They Mourn and Rage for Justice for Jisha – — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News”

Man’s Best Friend #atozchallenge #haiku

Never file a complaint tales wag no matter the weather  there to catch my tears *** Yes today’s D is Dog.  I am at present without a four-legged friend but hope to have a new furry  friend by year’s end. Do you have a four legged friend? Some A to Z bloggers to enjoy thisContinue reading “Man’s Best Friend #atozchallenge #haiku”


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