premeditated first drop of silent fear flows its course
walk these halls resonant voices of the past empty now I found this one day when I was operating the elevator in the Smithsonian. I wanted to explore but I had to let my camera do what I could not. Thanks City Sonnet for the month long challenge. Today’s prompt “narrow”
It’s noon sun radiates on cars and people place to meet swamp flower radiant beauty like the sun lovely Uganda I marvel at the beauty of Uganda. Her people are also very industrious. The cars (top picture) are used for meeting places out of the sun. Children also get out of the heat and pretendContinue reading “Cream Meeting Place #photography #Uganda”
blue skies ten boys played soccer taken by surprise We never know when disaster will strike. My dear friend was hit by lightening several days before and survived. Sadness mingles with gratitude.
golden rays open nature’s aperture out with the tide Who has measured the waters in the hollow of His hand,And marked off the heavens by the span,And calculated the dust of the earth by the measure,And weighed the mountains in a balanceAnd the hills in a pair of scales? ~Isaiah 40:12 Source:
stretching her wings lifted high by summer currents no turning back You may be swaying over all the events in our nation and our world. You should be. Jesus in the Bible talked alot about the poor, the widows, the mistreated. We should in any season be offering help to another in need. That isContinue reading “Freedom #4thofJuly #proudamerican”
friction’s burning heat scorching all the land painful scars
broken by cold world’s storm tears fragile promise fragrant offering called hope Are you finding yourself alone in this mixed up world of CoVid 19? Worries swirl about your head for yourself, family, the world. “This is my comfort in my affliction, For your word has given me life.” ~Psalm 119:50 Hang on to theContinue reading “Lonely But Not Alone #haiku #reflection”
innocent conversation macabre aftertaste drinks later?
beautiful notes larks join in sky’s symphony rain plays tympani * pounding on the pane spring colours run grey listen… the chorus ** perfect key he sips from a lily break in the storm